Interesting Mapping Tool


Maplib.net is an interesting application of the Google Maps API. The idea is that you can upload any image (the larger the better) and then use Google Map controls to navigate it by zooming, panning, etc. just as you would with a Google Map. I already thought of a good idea for how to use this: create an annotated screenshot of any application’s interface, with each section labeled.

Maplib is a little rough (it’s in serious beta…I had a hard time placing and removing markers). The interface to the people viewing the image will be familiar, and you can copy some code on the site and post it to a blog or another website.

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About Luis Perez

This blog was created to support students in the USF College of Education Laptop Initiative. Here you will find links to cool websites and software, as well as ideas for integrating technology in the classroom.

Posted on February 10, 2007, in websites. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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