Getting a user's position and mapping in websites is very common today. In this course, Working with Geolocation in HTML, you’ll learn to retrieve a user’s location from their browser and show their location on a map. First, you’ll explore the geolocation object available in all modern browsers. Next, you’ll discover how to display that location on a map, and use Google Maps to place markers at that location. Next, you’ll use Google Maps to get directions from one location to another. Finally, you’ll learn how the Geocoding features of Google Maps will then be used to search for addresses. When you’re finished with this course, you’ll have the skills and knowledge of geolocation and geocoding needed to embed and use mapping software within any HTML page.
Course Overview Hello. My name is Paul Sheriff, and welcome to my course, working with Geo location and HTML. I'm a business I t consultant at PDS Consulting. With over 32 years of experience creating enterprise applications, getting a user's position and mapping and websites is very common today. In this course, you learn to use geo location service is and the Google maps a p I. To add this functionality to your website. All you need is a fundamental understanding of HTML and Java script to learn how to use the geo location Object built into browsers to get a user's location to embed and put that user's location on a map takes just a few lines of code when using the Google maps a P I. Some of the major topics you will learn in this course are using browsers built in geo location object display users, current location on a map link to end in bed maps on a Web page, display markers, titles and informational windows on a Google map. Get directions from one address to another, display text directions on a page, put a geo fence around an address for delivery area and attacked. If an address is within that delivery area. By the end of this course, you'll have gained a well rounded knowledge of geo location service is and Google Maps. To be able to incorporate mapping within your own Web application before beginning this course, you should be familiar with the basics of HTML CSS and the Java script language. I hope you'll join me on your journey toe working with Geo location and Google Maps in my course, working with Geo location in HTML at Pluralsight.com.