Monday, August 26, 2013

Responsive Design of Google Maps


Emily Bennett has posted the fourth tutorial in her series the Google Maps API for Designers. The fourth tutorial covers responsive design, retina images and debugging for the Google Maps API.

In the section on responsive design Emily explains how to adapt the size of the map and the other page elements according to the screen size and the device it is viewed on. The section on debugging is also very useful for map developers and explores some of the tools that can be used to ensure your map code is error free and can be viewed on different web browsers. 

Be sure to check out the first three tutorials in Emily's series:
  1. Getting Creative With the Google Maps API
  2. The Google Maps API and Custom Overlays
  3. Linking Up the Google Maps and Flickr APIs
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