Google Maps API for GWT 1.1.0 released

Posted by Fred Sauer, Developer Advocate - Tuesday, June 01, 2010 at 11:03:00 AM

We are pleased to announce the Google Maps API for the Google Web Toolkit 1.1.0 release. The Google Maps API library provides a way to access the Google Maps API from a GWT project without having to write additional JavaScript code. The library gives you full control using the standard Maps components such as InfoWindows, Markers, MapTypes, Overlays, StreetviewPanorama and Geocoding service. You can even use advanced features such as adding GWT widgets to the Map, creating custom overlays, custom map types, and other components.

The changes since 1.0.4 include:

  • Library updated for compatibility with GWT 2.0
  • Added support for Street View
  • Improved support for AdsManager
  • Added support for Aerial and Mapmaker map types
  • Improved support for TrafficOverlay through addition of GTrafficOverlayOptions equivalent
  • Added support for ZIndexProcess for Markers
  • Added support for LatLonBox bounds for Placemark
  • Added Eclipse project files and ant script to HelloMaps
  • Other issues noted in the issue tracker

This release is now available for download at the Google API Libraries for GWT project, hosted on Google Code.

The Google API Library for GWT Team

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