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Google Maps Data API, Geo APIs, and more at Where 2.0

Online Social Media mentioned a few days back that Google Earth Blog was off to Where 2.0 2010. Today they have written details from Day 1 of the event, which was all about Google Maps Data API, Geo APIs, and more. On hand to talk more about Google Maps Data AP were Mano Marks and Ossama Alami.

GEB reckons that the two guys certainly painted a good image for Google’s MyMaps feature — with a focus on Data API feed. There are a number of great features, one of which is how you can import CSV or KML as one file, saving the need of uploading them as separate features.

Mano Marks and Thor Mitchell were on hand to talk about Google Geo API and the ability to go mobile with it. As you would expect much of the session was all about how they had to overcome the challenge of varying screen sizes on mobile devices.

Visit Google Earth Blog to learn what Where 2.0 – Day 2 will bring.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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