Keyhole Software

Have you ever used Google Maps to find the closest branch of your bank? Search for restaurants nearby? Get driving or walking directions? Find the best public transit route? Unless you’re reading this because you got it in a spam fax, it’s likely that you have. And, like you, most of your site’s users are at least familiar with the Google Maps interface and have used it for both productive and non-productive means.

It’s intuitive, easy-to-use, and very powerful from a developer’s standpoint as well. Google has gone to great lengths to ensure that developers can leverage the power of their Maps application and use as much or as little of it as they would like. They have provided very detailed API documentation, examples, and a community for developers to help coders use Google Maps.

I have been working with Google Maps and its APIs for several years, and had…

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