January 6th, 2009 | Published in Google Maps
// Open a map centered on the equator/prime meridian map = new MapWidget(LatLng.newInstance(0, 0), 2); map.setSize("100%", "100%"); // Add some controls map.addControl(new SmallMapControl()); map.addControl(new SearchControl());
Using the library, you can freely mix Maps into a GWT application, or you can add GWT Widgets in with Map constructs, like Controls and InfoWindows. The demo below combines the DecoratorPanel, StackPanel, and SuggestBox widgets with a Map widget that uses Markers, Directions, Geocoding, and Geodesic Polylines.
The library has been released previously in milestone and release candidate forms, and it supports most Maps features up to version 2.113. We would like to thank the hundreds of developers that have tried the library and provided feedback.