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Google Maps Api training

Introduction To Google Maps API Training Course:

Google Maps is an free web mapping service by the Google that provides various types of geographical information. Google Maps has an JavaScript API to customize the maps & display them on your webpage. Which you register for Google Maps API Training you will discover about Google Maps API (Application Programming Interface). You will also learn how you can integrate Google Maps on your webpage, how to load an simple Google Map on your web page by using  the HTML &  JavaScript,  how to view & navigate through horizontal & vertical panoramic street level images of various cities around the world.  You will also discover how to create your own interactive maps using the Google API by using the latest version. Global Online Trainings Render the sessions by expert consultants in an interactive and informative way. for more details, please contact us.

Google Maps Api Online Training Course Content

Core Objects
  • API Key
  • DOM Elements
  • GMap2
  • Initializing referencing locations
Map Control Objects
  • Panning & Zooming
  • GOverviewMapControl
  • Modifying standard controls
  • Creating custom controls
User Data Objects: click events, listeners, info windows, overlays
  • Markers: GMarker, GIcon
  • Info Windows
  • Creating overlays
  • Creating tile and tile layer overlays
Events
  • Event Listeners
  • DOM  & GMarker Events
Services & AJAX
  • DHTML & AJAX
  • XML & data parsing
  • Geocoder Web Services
  • Street View objects
  • Google Earth Integration
  • Local Search
  • GeoRSS Overlays
  • Basic KML
  • Placemarks
  • Icons
  • Descriptive HTML
  • KMZ
  • Polylines & polygons
  • Styles for polylines
  • Network links
  • Ground overlays & screen overlays
  • Importing the GIS data
  • KML Touring
  • Traffic Overlays
  • Directions
UI/UX Practice
  • The Markers
  • The Info window
  • The Browser compatibility
  • Character encoding
  • XHTML & VML
  • Memory Leaks
  • Upgrades & Updates
  • The Localization