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3 items tagged “getlatlon”

2010 commit dae961a... I’ve finally added an OpenStreetMap tab to—here’s the diff, it turns out adding a custom OpenStreetMap layer to an existing Google Maps application only takes a few lines of boilerplate code.

# 10th July 2010, 12:22 pm / getlatlon, google-maps, javascript, openstreetmap, projects, recovered


Get Lat Lon now has a “Get my location (by IP)” button. It took all of five minutes to add using the new google.loader.ClientLocation API. The button is only visible if your location can be resolved.

# 22nd August 2008, 10:16 am / clientlocation, getlatlon, javascript, location, projects


Get Lat Lon. I finally got fed up of hunting around for simple latitude/longitude tools when messing around with mapping APIs, so I built my own with a memorable URL. I plan to add new features as and when I need them.

# 12th October 2007, 2:14 pm / getlatlon, google-maps, latitude, latlon, longitude, maps, negeography, projects