Google Maps Integration

I know the Google Maps are somewhat integrated, but you cannot do route planning like you can natively...and I don't want anyone to be able to export my database.

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  • KenzoMack
    KenzoMack Member Posts: 1
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    edited June 20 #2

    While Google Maps provides various integration options and APIs for developers to incorporate maps into their applications, it does have certain limitations when it comes to advanced functionalities like route planning. While you can display maps and points of interest, the ability to perform route planning natively within Google Maps is not available through standard integration.

    If you require advanced route planning capabilities, you may need to explore other mapping and route planning solutions that offer more extensive functionalities. There are several third-party mapping platforms and APIs available that specialize in route planning and optimization.

  • masif6592
    masif6592 Member Posts: 1
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    Google Maps Integration offers a seamless and efficient way to enhance user experiences across a multitude of applications and platforms. By integrating Google Maps, users can easily navigate, explore, and locate various places with accurate and up-to-date information. Whether it's embedding interactive maps on a website, incorporating location-based services into a mobile app, or optimizing logistics for businesses, this integration provides a powerful tool for enhancing engagement and functionality. From providing directions and real-time traffic updates to geotagging and personalized location suggestions, Google Maps Integration continues to play a pivotal role in shaping how we interact with the world around us. Its versatility and reliability make it an invaluable asset for developers and businesses striving to provide top-notch location-based services.