23 packages returned for Tags:"google-maps"

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Includes a model and interface for communicating with four popular Geocoding providers. Current implementations include: Google Maps, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Bing Maps (aka Virtual Earth), and Mapquest. The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used... More information
Includes a model and interface for communicating with four popular Geocoding providers. Current implementations include: Google Maps, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Bing Maps (aka Virtual Earth), and Mapquest. The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used... More information
Includes a model and interface for communicating with four popular Geocoding providers. Current implementations include: Google Maps, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Bing Maps (aka Virtual Earth), and Mapquest. The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used... More information
PolylineEncoder.Net is a super lightweight utility to encode and decode latitude and longitude using Google Polyline algorithm. You can learn more about how Google implements and uses this with their maps api here: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/utilities/polylinealgorithm
Includes a model and interface for communicating with four popular Geocoding providers. Current implementations include: Google Maps, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Bing Maps (aka Virtual Earth), and Mapquest. The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used... More information
Includes a model and interface for communicating with four popular Geocoding providers. Current implementations include: Google Maps, Yahoo! PlaceFinder, Bing Maps (aka Virtual Earth), and Mapquest. The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used... More information
LocationProvider is a tiny library that abstracts away a lot of the pain of getting a users location from the phone (without having to call location APIs), provides a fully configurable standard Builder pattern and a set of callbacks.