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Introduction to Programming the Google Maps API (v3)

This is our entry level programming course for the Google Maps API (version 3) and is designed to enable you to build Google Maps applications for the web.  We will cover a lot of ground in this course.  By the end of our time together you will understand all the basic concepts you need to create dynamic web mapping applications with the Google Maps API.  We’ll start with some basic information about programming the Maps API and then we’ll dive into the longest section of our course: Basic Concepts of the Google Maps API.  In this module you’ll learn how to add and remove map controls for panning, zooming, setting map types, overview map, and the scale bar.  You’ll then learn how to add your own data to the map display using markers, polylines, and polygons.  One of the more creative functions provided with the Google Maps API is the ability to drape images across the map.  For instance, you might want to display wildlife habitats on top of Google Maps.  This is done through the use of Ground Overlays.  Ground Overlays allow you to drape historical map images and specific purpose maps on top of a Google base map.  Building on this concept you will then learn how to add KML, GeoRSS, and FusionTables layers on top of the map.  In module 3 you will learn how to handle events.  Events are actions that take place in your application such as map clicks or drags.  Normally they are initiated by the end user but they can also be internally generated events such as the re-setting of the map center.  In module 4 you will learn how to convert addresses into geographic coordinates that can be displayed as Marker locations on the map.  You’ll also learn how to take a point of interest and find the nearest address to the point.  This is known as reverse geocoding.  Finally, we’ll wrap up the course with a module on the Google Elevation Service.  In this module, you’ll learn how to obtain elevation data for a point or an elevation profiles for points along a line

Intended Audience
This course is designed for all levels.

Modules
Module 1: Introduction to Programming the Google Maps API
Module 2: Basic Concepts of the Google Maps API
Module 3: Handling Events
Module 4: Geocoding with the Google Maps API
Module 5: The Google Elevation Service
Example Course Exercise
Adding Fusion Tables to the Map

Intended Audience

This course is designed for all levels.

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