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Map Scripting & Design
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Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
Map Scripting & Design
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Map Scripting & Design

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Most Google Maps are boring, but yours doesn’t have to be. There are simple, off-the-shelf tools that, along with your design talent, can make your maps stand out from the rest. You can decide where …

Most Google Maps are boring, but yours doesn’t have to be. There are simple, off-the-shelf tools that, along with your design talent, can make your maps stand out from the rest. You can decide where they go, how they look and how they act.

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http://mapscripting.com/map-scripting-design

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  • Prezentacijoje pristatoma daug įvairių žemėlapių kūrimo API, aprašomos dizaino tendencijos, pateikiama script'ų ir pan.
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  1. Map Scripting & Design Adam DuVander mapscripting.com @adamd
  2. http://www.flickr.com/photos/eviljenius/116900017/
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  4. RR DONNELLEY founded 1864 Cartographic Services founded 1967 Geosystems founded 1994
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  6. The Original Mapping API Static, sluggish and expensive
  7. Ten Years Passed And we just put up with it http://www.flickr.com/photos/bruceberrien/3515303350/
  8. A Real Mapping API Dynamic, fast and free
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  12. Boring Red Markers are like not changing your profile pic
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  14. Categorized Markers www.unrut.com
  15. Scribbling lines on a geo-referenced canvas
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  18. Choropleth Map www.mapmash.in
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  20. Map Warper warper.geothings.net
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  23. Ian Albert
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  29. Simpler Tiles www.everyblock.com
  30. CloudMade Style Editor maps.cloudmade.com/editor
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  33. CloudMade Style Editor maps.cloudmade.com/editor
  34. Totally custom tiles www.tiledrawer.com
  35. Totally custom tiles www.tiledrawer.com
  36. #lines[highway=motorway], #lines[highway=motorway_link] { line-width: 4; line-color: #000; } #lines[highway=primary], #lines[highway=secondary], #lines[highway=tertiary] { line-width: 3; line-color: #666; } #lines[highway=residential], #lines[highway=unclassified], #lines[highway=service] { line-width: 1; line-color: #666; } Cascadenik CSS for Mapnik
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  38. #lines[highway=motorway], #lines[highway=motorway_link] { line-width: 6; line-color: #f00 ; } #lines[highway=primary], #lines[highway=secondary], #lines[highway=tertiary] { line-width: 4; line-color: #ff0 ; } #lines[highway=residential], #lines[highway=unclassified], #lines[highway=service] { line-width: 2; line-color: #00f ; } Cascadenik CSS for Mapnik
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  40. http://www.flickr.com/photos/eviljenius/116900017/
  41. Built with Cascadenik www.8bitnyc.com
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  44. React to Map Events duv.ly/autoswap
  45. Find User's Location using W3C JavaScript
  46. Find User's Location the Twitter way
  47. Find User's Location on MapQuest Mobile
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  49. Hands On Map Scripting duv.ly/mapdeal

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