This is my fourth tutorial covering features of the Google Maps API v3. This time I will show you how to use the street view service. I have built an app for this tutorial, an interactive visit of Paris. You’ll be able to visit certain locations, walk through Paris or take virtual tours.
This is my third tutorial on the Google Maps API v3. I’m going to show you how to use some other google maps features by building an interactive travel map. Everyone will be able to add new locations on the map and view the locations added by others. We will also be using MySQL databases … Continue Reading
Twitter has launched @Anywhere, a more simple way of integrating twitter in your site. With it you can add follow buttons, hovercards, linkify twitter usernames and connect with twitter. In this tutorial, I will show you how to use @Anywhere in your site. I will add some twitter @Anywhere features to the application build in … Continue Reading
In the first part of this tutorial we’ve built a distance finder using google maps. To build our app we’ve used the newest google maps api version, v3. Our distance finder lets the user write two addresses, shows them on a map, shows the route between them and computes the route’s length. Today, we will … Continue Reading
Google maps is a free web mapping service application provided by Google. It offers lots of cool features (showing various map types, plotting points, showing routes, geocoding addresses). You can also add all these features to your website using the Google Maps APIs provided by Google. In this tutorial I will show you how to … Continue Reading
If you have a website, you are probably interested in knowing who visits you site. You might want to know the number of visitors, where are they from, how did they get to your site, etc. There are some online tracking options available, like google analytics or if you are using a hosting service they … Continue Reading