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Google appengine and maps tutorial with Java – Part III

Cane en vol

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If you followed part 2 of this tutorial, you have an appengine application that displays a Google map in your browser, and lets you click the map to add markers to it.
While extremely useful on long, cold Winter nights, you probably want more from your application. For example, you’d probably like to be able to save those markers somewhere, so you can share them with your users.
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Google appengine and maps tutorial with Java – Part II

The ugly duckling

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Google’s appengine is the Google cloud offering. It is highly scalable, and provides a free entry level cloud application platform. However, it is not very trivial to develop for and deploy on.
Google maps API version 3 is the current (June 2011) officially supported version of integrating with Google maps. The API allows you to display and manipulate maps in may ways.
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Google appengine and maps tutorial with Java – Part I

03/365 Splishy splashy *Explored*

Google’s appengine is the Google cloud offering. It is highly scalable, and provides a free entry level cloud application platform. However, it is not very trivial to develop for and deploy on.
Google maps API version 3 is the current (June 2011) officially supported version of integrating with Google maps. The API allows you to display and manipulate maps in many ways.
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