23 January 2013

Skobbler's Tile Servers - Examples

A section contains examples of skobbler's tile server solution for map tile integration with Leaflet, OpenLayers and Google Maps API v3.

Openlayers example

Skobbler's tile servers solution is fully compatible with the most popular Java Script frameworks. You can use this solution for frameworks like Leaflet, OpenLayers and Google Maps API v3.
The URLs for the tile servers are:
http://tiles1.api.skobbler.net/tiles http://tiles2.api.skobbler.net/tiles http://tiles3.api.skobbler.net/tiles http://tiles4.api.skobbler.net/tiles
The URLs are formatted in the standard form, as it is required by the frameworks mentioned above.

For example: http://tiles1.api.skobbler.net/tiles/z/x/y.png?api_key=[YOUR_SKOBBLER_API_KEY]


Embedded Solution an easy way to put maps on your website:

Best of all - You can use skobbler tiles for free - for up to 100,000 map views per month.


03 January 2013

Google Maps SDK for iOS

Google Maps SDK for iOS

 With the Google Maps SDK for iOS, you can add maps based on Google maps data to your application. The API automatically handles access to the Google Maps servers, map display, and response to user gestures such as clicks and drags. You can also use markers, polylines, and info windows to your map. These objects provide additional information for map locations, and allow user interaction with the map.

Developing an application with the Google Maps SDK for iOS requires the following:

  • Xcode 4.5 or later.
  • iOS SDK 6.0 or later.
Applications that use the Google Maps SDK for iOS will work on iOS 5.1 and above.

Creating Google Maps on iOS, you will need to download the Google Maps SDK for iOS and ensure that you have an API key