Map Scripting


Create Location-based Web Applications

Useful Web Map Resources for Cartographers

I was delighted to give a workshop today at the annual meeting of the North American Cartographic Information Society (NACIS). These are folks with advanced knowledge of geographic information systems (GIS) and they make what I fondly refer to as “real maps.” There’s a wealth of mapping knowledge that has yet to make its way to the web and I hope some will fill that void.

Much of the workshop centered around the Mapstraction Sandbox, which lets you tweak code and watch it update live. Here are some other tools and code samples I shared during the talk:

My thanks to Tanya Buckingham from NACIS for inviting me after she attended my workshop at Where 2.0.

Category: How-tos


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Adam DuVanderHi, I'm Adam. I'm writing a book about developing maps on the web. This site is where I'll share the things I find and help you create your own maps. Find out more.

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