Saturday, August 22, 2009

A Cool Mashup of Google Maps + Google Earth + Yahoo Maps + Bing Maps


A lot of Maps applications are being developed recently. Each with its pros and cons, I recently wrote an article that compares Google Maps VS Bing Maps. People seem to like it.

So the Punch line, I decided to create a cool mashup that combines 4 Maps applications,
  1. Google Maps
  2. Google Earth
  3. Bing Maps
  4. Yahoo Maps
When you zoom or pan in Google Maps ALL 4 Maps are getting updated instantly!

Click Here for the MashUp

Your comments and suggestions are most welcomed.


P.S.
My website has been featured in Kim Kamando show in 1-9-2009

18 comments:

  1. I love it, but the GE mashup doesn't work.
    Cheers,
    Andrew

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  2. Thanks Andrew

    it works for me
    you just update the Google Maps and all the four gets updated

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  3. Unbelievable...I got the url from Kim Komando..I actually saw my actual home...neat n thanks

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  4. Thanks Fred for your great comment,

    Glad you liked it :)

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  5. Excellent. Prior to discovering this via Kim Komando's site today, I would manually open all three or even more map sites to find things on one that others may have omitted. Now I have this fantastic tool. Any possibility of being able to build a link into each individual tiny map so as to open a full size map at that particular website? Thanks again.

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  6. Got this off the Kim Komando site today. I like it. Thanks so much.

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  7. Excellent. I would like to see an arrow pointing to a specific address.

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  8. @Gary
    You're welcomed Glad to have you in my blog :)


    @Carl
    When I wrote this website a week ago I designed it as per my 13" resolution which is quite small and now its Featured in Kim Komando WOW, I would do more enhancements for sure, Thanks for your suggestion :)


    @George
    You are welcomed, glad it helps just throw your comments or suggestions to enhance the small tool


    @Carey
    Thanks Carey for your suggestion will work on that ;)

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  9. Found out about it today from Kim Komando ... thank you so much, this is great.

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  10. @janette
    thanks alot for your comment
    glad you like it :)

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  11. Hat's off to Kim Komando (as always), look foward to all her info on what's new on the net.

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  12. I am missing open street map in the mashup, I tink that would be more helpfull than the google earth plugin, as google earth and google maps use the same data

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  13. Thanks chris

    Good suggestion

    Will work on it soon

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  14. I also immediately missed having OSM, in particular because the 3 map source above are all completely wrong for my area, whereas OSM is correct (because i fixed it :-)

    Having the side-by-side shows many fascinating things! Thanks.

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  15. Fantastic post. Here’s a tool that helps create Map Mashup providing a step-by-step wizard that generates ready-to-deploy code on any website or blog http://blog.caspio.com/integration/announcing-the-new-and-improved-map-mashup-version-7/

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