Google Maps

  • 21 Google Maps Tips and Tricks You Should Know

    Google Maps is my go-to app as soon as I step out of the door. Not just for knowing my way, but for the invaluable information it provides regarding my route. I get traffic information, learn more about nearby places, keep tabs on time and distance, plan my full trip, and much more. Create And […]

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  • Google Adds Festival Locations to Local Google Maps

    Google Adds Festival Locations to Local Google Maps Google has combined a new underline to their internal maps – Google will now uncover an area that a festival is in a map. Emily M. Yetzer common this screenshot display a internal festival display on Google Maps when circuitously Ribfest in Chicago. View Full Article – […]

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  • Remember where we parked with Google Maps

    Remember where we parked with Google Maps Some contend it’s about a journey, not a destination—but we consider it’s about a small of both. Now, Google Maps for Android and iOS will not usually assistance we get where you’re going, though it’ll assistance we remember where we parked once you’ve arrived. Here’s how it works: […]

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  • Programmatically List Google Maps Markers

    I’ve written a few articles on working with the Google Maps API – some simply based on the API itself, others within the context of WordPress. Generally speaking, I’m not a huge fan of the API. Sure, it’s powerful and yes you can do a lot with the information Google makes available, but I’ve also found the […]

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  • 15 Best Practices of Mobile App Landing Pages

    No one likes to be overwhelmed by data (textual or multimedia) or graphics. Smart and compact arrangements in collaboration with an optimal balance between those two are what is needed to successfully win customers, especially when it comes to promoting upcoming digital products. Apps that are created to work on cell phones and tablets look […]

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  • Using The Google Maps API and WordPress

    One of the challenges that comes with working with any new API is learning how to use it. And by that, I mean generally overcoming the learning curve – and I believe that this Some libraries and frameworks have some relatively easy APIs once you grok the basics (and I think WordPress falls into this camp), […]

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