February 3rd, 2012 | Published in Google Maps
It’s Fab Friday again! I missed last week, felled by a nasty cold. But you can’t keep Fab Friday down. Just back, I decided to roll out this screencast on Autocomplete in the Places Library of the Google Maps API:
As you can see, there’s a lot you can do with autocomplete.
The map uses the Google Maps API Custom Map Type to display custom tiles.
I also love tools that allow you to create your own maps, like Harvard World Map. World Map allows you to create a map based on datasets that are provided, and allows you to add your own data layers. You can then embed those maps in other sites or link to them on the World Map site. This example shows population density in China:
Have a good weekend!