Closed

Finish integration of Google Maps with Website

This project was awarded to AtlanticSoft for $200 USD.

Get free quotes for a project like this
Employer working
Awarded to:
Project Budget
$30 - $250 USD
Total Bids
10
Project Description

(1) I have a website similar to a social network that you can create your own 'News'.

(2) I have another in which I have played in the past with the Google Maps API and developed a PHP + MySQL to save latitudes and longitudes. Google API works basically on Javascript (piece of cake, 50% of the routines are ready).

THE OBJECTIVE of this project is to integrate both of these sites to two use cases (already working on (1)) where it only needs to add the Google MAps screen (a div).

Use case 1: User create a 'News'
a. User click on 'Create News' button.
b. Input the data and he has a textbox (to enter street, place, etc)*B1* so that he can then (click on the map)*B2* and save the latitude and longitudes on a mySQL database.
c. Also all the markers nearby should be loaded (pratically, all the markers will be loaded.

Use case 2: User View a 'News'
a. User click on 'View News' button
b. He views the 'News' and a Google Maps with this 'News' marker in Yellow and other ones in Red, that if he clicks he goes to the link associated with that other 'News'

CONCLUSION.
The following routines are finished from below:
- Show Map of Google Maps: DONE
- Load Markers into map: DONE
- Click and Save new Marker: DONE - but needs to be 'beautified'
- Enter text on textbox and show the map on Google Maps - NOT DONE.

STEPS OF THE IMPLEMENTATION
1. Meeting with Stakeholder: to show the existing code for Google API, show the code we have on the site and how we want things done (Basically was said before).
2. Programmer starts building the application (we have SVN server, so it only needs to checkout the data)
3. Programmer develops the application on the deadline (preferable if commits the changes while developing on the SVN, putting his remarks on the revisions).
4. Programmer deliver the first deliverable for testing.
5. We Test
6. If needed we request additional help for the programmer.
7. IF not, we wrap up and are everybody happy :)

Hope I have clarified what we are looking for.

Thanks.

Cheers,
Bentow.

Looking to make some money?

  • Set your budget and the timeframe
  • Outline your proposal
  • Get paid for your work

Hire Freelancers who also bid on this project

    • Forbes
    • The New York Times
    • Time
    • Wall Street Journal
    • Times Online