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To those of you who have emailed us about the source code for the Rails edition — thanks for your patience, it’s coming soon! I decided to present it as a one compressed file you can unpack over an existing Rails application skeleton. Stay tuned, the code is coming later today or tomorrow at the […]
Andre Lewis has been hard at work writing our new sister book Beginning Google Maps with RAILS and Ajax. It’s due back from the printers in about a week, so on the eve of its release he has also released GeoKit for Rails along with Bill Eisenhauer. Bill also has a few examples on his […]
Update: Once you’re through with this article, there’s a followup that shows how to also make them clickable.
UPDATE: A savvy reader Carl Olsen pointed out that it wasn’t actually necessary to check for the infoWindow state and the problem could simply be fixed by a check for an overlay. The post has been updated accordingly. Thanks Carl.
It seems that somewhere along the line something changed with the event handling and the Chapter […]
Over the past two months—since Beginning Google Maps Applications hit shelves—we’ve had a handful of basic questions about PHP, CSS and SQL. I just want to clear up a few misconceptions that people may have about the content of our book so that everyone can get the most out of reading it.
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