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GWT and Maps API

 
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My wife and I play around with various ideas of taking advantage of the growing feature set of maps.google.com.

Are there features within GWT to facilitate access to the Maps API?
 
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Hej!

There is no widget provided directly in GWT, but there is a fantastic 3rd party widget that you can use that provides access to all the Google Map API to GWT.

I think the chap that wrote the widget also has this site - http://www.gtraffic.info/ - (apologies to him if not!!) which shows the widget in action.

You can find the widget here: http://sourceforge.net/projects/gwt/
and some instructions here: http://groups.google.com/group/Google-Web-Toolkit/browse_thread/thread/7130539c37e8114/c7ae9a289867a66f?lnk=gst&q=Google+Maps+GWT+API

Good luck with it - I've played with it quite a bit and it's very useful!!

//Adam
 
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