WebMapping

17 Google Map Images You Won’t Believe Exist

17 Google Map Images You Won’t Believe Exist

From a heart shaped island to a giant bunny these are some of the weirdest google map images you won’t believe actually exist! 10 – You’re not safe anywhere! So besides the vehicles that capture the images for Google Maps, there are also trikes, trolleys, snowmobiles, SUV’s and satellites that capture the images throughout the year. So you are really ...

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8 Cool Google Maps Tricks And Hidden Features (2017)

8 Cool Google Maps Tricks And Hidden Features (2017)

Google Maps is arguably the best mapping solution in the world and Google regularly updates it with new features like Google Maps Offline. Infact, it packs in so many features that not everyone is aware of. There are a number of hidden features, secrets, and tricks in Google Maps that you should definitely know of. In this video, we show ...

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New Google Maps feature help you find out your car parked location

New Google Maps feature help you find out your car parked location

New Google Maps feature will help you find your parked car. Though it already has the automatic parking location detection, it doesn’t really work always. So when you park your car next time, open Google Maps and tap the blue dot, that is your location. Then tap the “Save your parking” option to save your spot on the map. You ...

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Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap: Which is the Best Web Mapping Service?

Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap

Google Maps vs OpenStreetMap: Which is the Best Web Mapping Service? As a cartographer, you actually have an option as far as maps are concerned, but the solution isn’t so clear like was in the past. Google’s maps remain the king; however, OpenStreetMap is becoming a force to reckon with, getting more popular among different applications as well as services. ...

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Extending ArcGIS Server

Extending ArcGIS Server

Learn how to extend ArcGIS Server using its server-side development model. We’ll cover how you can use Server Object Extensions (SOEs) and Server Object Interceptors (SOIs) to provide custom functionality, improved performance, and finer-grained control to your web and mobile applications. Presented by Akshay Maloo, Carsten Piepel and Shreyas Shinde

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