Category: maps

Algolia Places – Fast and Beautiful Address AutoCompletion

Advertise here via BSA Algolia Places is a fast, beautiful and easy-to-use address autocompletion. It turns any <input> into an address autocomplete. Algolia Places provides a fast, distributed and easy way to use an address search autocomplete JavaScript library on your website. It has been designed to improve ...

Create Data Maps For Free with Datamaps.co

Advertise here via BSA Datamaps.co is a free and simple platform for creating visualizations with data maps. It allows you to upload CSV file with region data, and fully customize your map’s appearance. Your map chart can be saved as PNG or SVG. With datamaps.co, you can create a custom map of World, USA, China,...

Harnessing the Google Maps JavaScript API the Right Way

Google Maps is an online mapping service providing up-to-date road maps, business listings, directions, street-level photos and more. There are notable alternatives to Google Maps, such as Mapbox and Open Street Map. But in my view, none of the competitors can match up to Google Maps for the sole reason of the comple...

An Interactive 3D Mall Map Concept

Advertise here via BSA Today Codrops has shared an Interactive 3D Mall Map experiment with us. The idea is to show a mall map with all its floors in perspective. Additionally, we have a search in a sidebar that allows to filter mall spaces. Once a floor is selected, we show some pins as indicators for the different st...

Pixel Map Generator with Stunning Map Visuals in Minutes

Advertise here via BSA You can now create stunning map visuals in just minutes with AmCharts new tool – Pixel Map Generator. Integrate the result into your website, drop into a presentation, or even use them in print brochure. Regardless of how you use it, jaw-dropping effect is guaranteed. Requirements: –...

A Guide To Building SVG Maps From Natural Earth Data

   Interactive maps are a fantastic way to present geographic data to your visitors. Libraries like Google Maps and Open Street Maps are a popular choice to do this and they excel at visualizing street-level data. However, for small-scale maps, SVG maps are often a better option. They are lightweight, f...