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  1. Google Maps


  2. Design a Server Architecture for Serving Google Maps Images? - Quora

    • How can I design an application like Google Maps?
    • What is the architecture behind Google Maps? Who designed Google Maps and where are they now? Why is Google Maps so well-designed compared to MapQuest, Bing or Yahoo!


  3. #All-things-spatial: Ingenuity of Google Map architecture also its main limitation

    • Although Google exposed a number of server side processes to developers, like geocoding, parsing KML, etc, but there is no access to "map server" side of the application simply because Google Map does not have one!


  4. Figure 8-1 Architecture for Oracle Maps Applications

    • They have the same architecture and content organization.
    • Applications can display Google Maps tiles or Microsoft Bing Maps tiles as a built-in map tile layer, by creating and adding to the map window an instance of MVGoogleTileLayer or MVBingTileLayer, respectively.


  5. Web Applications Architecture

    • Web Applications Architecture. Draft W3C TAG Finding, May 26, 2010.
    • Ashok Malhotra, Oracle <[email protected]>. T.V. Raman, Google <[email protected]>.
    • As the application proceeds, for example, by scrolling on a map, the URI changes.


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  7. Chrome Apps Architecture - Google Chrome

    • Managing Application Storage. Debugging JavaScript. Device Mode & Mobile Emulation.
    • About MVC Architecture. Build Apps with AngularJS.


  8. Oracle Maps

    • Section 8.5, "Developing Oracle Maps Applications"
    • Section 8.6, "Built-in Map Tile Layers (Google Maps and Bing Maps)"
    • Figure 8-1 shows the architecture of Web mapping applications that are developed using...


  9. NUKEMAP by Alex Wellerstein | Export to Google Earth (KMZ) (beta) No detonations to export!

    • NUKEMAP is a Google Maps mash-up that calculates the effects of the detonation of a nuclear bomb.
    • NOTE: Google Earth is made by Google, not me. If it doesn't work, blame them, not me.


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