Moving My Google Maps Mashup to Grails, part two

I made a few improvements to my Google Maps mashup, and though they’re not as significant as the changes made in my previous posts, I still wanted to make a record of them. I discussed in my last post the problem I had exposing my domain objects as JSON strings. To summarize the problem: In… Read More

Moving My Google Maps Mashup to Grails, part one

The Google Maps API is easy to use. The basic idea is to create a Map2 object (the former GMap2, now known as google.maps.Map2) and add Marker objects to it. The Marker objects then use InfoWindow objects to display all the information for that marker, which can either appear on load, or you can set… Read More

Moving My Google Maps Mashup to Grails, part zero

I’m not quite ready to make it live on the web yet, but I’ve just about finished porting my Google Maps mashup to Grails. In earlier posts I’ve discussed how I built a Google Maps mashup showing the names and locations of all the courses I’ve taught over the last three years. In its earlier… Read More

MyEclipse + JPA + Spring + Hibernate = DAO (mostly)

I just about have my Google Maps mashup working. When it’s deployed, it’ll show markers for each location where I’ve taught a course. Eventually I’ll filter them by year, connect them to home with polylines, and maybe more. As a mashup, it’s not the most interesting application ever written, but it’s given me a good… Read More