Web-map builder designs your map, as you want it, then prepares and writes the web page for you. When you’ve finished adding markers and routes, just collect the final script and copy it into your web site editor for an instant customised web map.
The most popular API, in terms of mashup count, is far and away the Google Maps API, which accounts for 41% of all mashups. But when it comes to the most popular pair of APIs, Flickr and YouTube mashups are the most common. Not to be outdone, Google Maps joins Flickr in a near second place.
Geolocating your users can create a better experience, but it can also be used in devious ways. For example, cathysteeth.com claims to have a cosmetic dentistry solution discovered by a mom. And wouldn't you know it, Cathy lives in your home town. And your home town.
Chris Sheldrick, CEO of the London-based company what3words, has taken a novel approach to the task of navigation with a new API. Sheldrick’s idea stems from the logistical difficulties he encountered while working internationally in the music business. During that period in his career, Sheldrick was faced with coordinating the rendezvous of dozens of people in remote locations. Despite his best efforts at communication, people would still find themselves calling one another on the day of a meeting, seeking clarification on the location of the meeting place.