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Dec 14, 2012

Author: Hirvesh Posted At: 12/14/2012 Tags: , , , ,

amMap - A Robust Interactive Maps Library Using JavaScript & HTML5


amMap is a robust interactive maps library. It’s available in JavaScript/HTML5 as well as in Flex Component flavor. With amMap comes JavaScript Maps, a tool that you can use to easily add interactive map functionality to your web pages and JavaScript-based applications.

You can use this tool to show locations of your offices, routes of your journeys, create your distributor map, etc. Photos or illustrations can be used as layers and backgrounds of maps, so you can make different presentations, e-learning tools and more.


  • Customize every detail of your map – sizes, colors, disable features you don’t need.
  • Create multi-level structures.
  • Create map charts (heatmaps).
  • Load icons or photos on top of your map.
  • Use your own custom map textures.
  • Draw lines and add text.
  • Set the start-up zoom level and position.
  • Use it as zoomifyer to display big pictures.
  • Control the map with JavaScript (reload data and settings, set and get data and separate parameters, register clicks).
  • Works on mobile devices including iPhone and iPad as well as Android 3.0+ devices.
  • Includes Flash version of amMap tool if you need to support legacy browsers.


Maps Included

World, Continents, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, The Netherlands, Russia, Spain, Taiwan, US – more being added constantly!

Browser Support

amMaps uses SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) to render maps. This technology is supported by all modern browsers including (but not limited to) modern versions of Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera and Internet Explorer (since v.9). It also runs on mobile devices powered by iOS (iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch) and Android (since v.4).

Requirements: None
License: Free (Link Back To Website)

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