HTML5 Projects: Integrating Google Store Locator

with Joseph Lowery
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HTML5 Projects: Integrating Google Store Locator
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This concise HTML5 project demonstrates how to take advantage of browser-based geolocation by using the Google Store Locator Utility Library. Author Joseph Lowery shows designers how to include a robust store locator application in their projects, with access to directions, custom markers, and feature filtering. HTML5 technologies covered include HTML5 geolocation and advanced JavaScript API.

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(music playing) Hi! I'm Joe Lowery and I'm happy to welcome you to HTML5 Projects Geolocation. The ability to pinpoint the user's location is essential to any GPS system and a major boon to websites and apps that have a brick and mortar component. There are a good number of ways to enable Geolocation and we're going to use one of the most recent that integrates beautifully with the best in class application, Google Maps.

Our focus will be on implementing the Google Store Locator Library for maps with a static data file, so pretty much anyone can use it. When the project is done, you'll have a fully functional Google Map including driving directions. Ready to get rolling on HTML5 Projects Geolocation? So am I. Let's get to it.

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