It’s a jQuery plugin which is designed to help you in using the Leaflet API to display maps based on Open Street Map.
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The jQuery mapbox() plugin is for creating relatively small scale, zoomable, draggable maps with multiple layers of content. This framework could be applied to games, development plans, or any layout that could benefit from being able to zoom in and pan to get a better view.
You want to put your data on a searchable, filterable map. This is a free, open source tool to help you do it.
- clean, full screen layout
- new mobile and tablet friendly using responsive design
- address search (with variable radius)
- geolocation (find me!)
- new RESTful URLs for sharing searches
- results count (using Google’s Fusion Tables API)
- ability to easily add additional search filters (checkboxes, sliders, etc)
geo-autocomplete converts any input field on a web page into an autocomplete field that suggests locations in real-time as you type, including a little thumbnail to help you quickly choose the right location. It’s like Google Instant for your Maps.
The Google Maps V3 API now incudes an autocomplete feature that will adapt any text input field to autocomplete locations &/or Places. It doesn’t show thumbnails yet but the addition of Places will be great for some use cases.
This plugin is designed for quick development of a page that implements a Google Map with a list of the locations that are specified within the HTML.
The plugin tries to allow as much graceful degradation as possible by having the HTML be as semantic as possible. The plugin expect the HTML for the locations to be grouped under a common element. Additionally, it expects the links and Map Info Window content to be grouped under the location elements. It also expects the necessary metadata to be on the location element. This way the HTML semantically reflects that all of those parts and information are associated with the specific location or place.
I created a list of locations in an unordered list. Each list item had HTML5 data attributes containing the latitude and longitude of it. It also contained a title and long and short descriptions.When one of these list items is hovered over, I apply a “hover” class to deal with styling, “pan” the map to the new coordinates, and fill out the right area with more information.
Each location on the map would be represented by a bullet. Clicking the bullet would bring up more information on the location. Since the locations of the bullets tended to be highly clustered, zooming into select subregions was possible.
We wanted the experience to be engaging as possible but also easily updatable in the future. We settled on jQuery as the interface technology to use as it made it simple to build, display and animate the map.
Quickly create stunning highly styled jQuery and Google Maps v3 based maps for your next business directory, real estate guide, or travel site project. Included 2 power widgets and 3 themes with custom markers and original PSDs. Saves 60 hrs of work, installs in minutes.
Simplifies the Google Maps v3 API
- 2 Widgets Included, Place Widget and Interactive Multi Place Widget
- 3 Themes with custom marker and icon photoshop files included
- Package includes working demos with installation and styling guides
gmap3 is a plugin for jQuery which allows you to use the Google maps API easily. It provides some powerful functions (clustering…) and some simple which avoid you to write lot of repetitive code. However, it allows to use all the Google Maps API.
JQVMap is a jQuery plugin that renders Vector Maps. It uses resizable Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) for modern browsers like Firefox, Safari, Chrome, Opera and Internet Explorer 9. Legacy support for older versions of Internet Explorer 6-8 is provided via VML.
This project is a heavily modified version of jVectorMap. I chose to start fresh rather than fork their project as my intentions were to take it in such a different direction that it would become incompatibale with the original source, rendering it near impossible to merge our projects together without extreme complications.