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Going Mobile with Google Geo APIs

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Location: Ballroom IV Level: Intermediate
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This session will provide an overview of creating Google Maps API application on a mobile platform. I will cover the following topics:

  • Google Static Maps API for lower bandwidth and non-JavaScript browsers.
  • Google Maps API version 3, optimized for mobile browsers.
  • MapKit for the iPhone and MapView for the Android platform.
  • Creating a hybrid application with an embedded browser in an iPhone or Android application for Maps API version 3.

For participants following along, I will cover how to develop a Maps API version 3 application optimized for a mobile browser. Those participants will leave with the code for a basic Google Map that works on a mobile phone.

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Mano Marks

Google, Inc.

Mano joined Google’s Geo API team in 2006. He helps people all over the world develop and deploy their content in KML and Google Maps, working with large companies, small startups, and international aid organizations. Before coming to Google, Mano had an eclectic career that involved getting a Masters in History, a Masters in Information Management and Systems, and working as a data manager in small and mid-sized organizations for over a decade.