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    Good map api for birthright web

    Anybody knows a good and easy to use api to load custom maps for birthright web ??

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    i used google api for a while, but found it had some limitations.. and its support is not quite good..

    so imo is better to use vector based images, i.e. redraw the map in illustrator and export as fxg..

    the data path, coloring (gradients etc) are easily used in FLEX... and foremost easily manipulated

    take a look at
    http://www.forbes.com/2010/06/04/mig...nties-map.html

    plus when using vector based stuff, its very low on data to be loaded, and scalable
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    I know vector map or icon is very powerful for a lot of reason.

    do you have the direct link to the api, you just sent me an example !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dyark View Post
    I know vector map or icon is very powerful for a lot of reason.

    do you have the direct link to the api, you just sent me an example !
    there is no real api for it, but here is a tut that can help you
    http://brambley.tumblr.com/post/3421...lder-4-and-fxg
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    to create something like this:
    http://www.forbes.com/2009/10/01/une...rss_popstories

    they are created using Mapublisher
    http://www.avenza.com/download

    just google your way around ;-)
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