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From Doug McCune <d...@dougmccune.com>
Subject Re: supported mapping APIs in Flex?
Date Thu, 15 Aug 2013 16:45:55 GMT
I highly recommend Modest Maps. https://github.com/migurski/modestmaps-as3

There is indeed an as3 version. We have been using it heavily in a large
enterprise mapping app for many years. I assume it's not actively
developed, but it's incredibly solid, and like I said, we've been using it
in production for many years.


On Thu, Aug 15, 2013 at 9:26 AM, Tomislav Pokrajcic <tomislav@svemir.net>wrote:

> Checkout http://openscales.org
> It's an opensource AS3 mapping API and we used it for some projects.
> Not sure if it's still alive, the last release is dated 07/2012.
>
> Tomislav
>
>
> On 15. 8. 2013., at 16:27, Fuad Kamal <fuad@anaara.com> wrote:
>
> > Are there any (free) mapping APIs still supported in Flex? ESRI doesn't
> count, it's terribly expensive to license.  I know Yahoo Maps stopped
> working many years ago, and Google Maps API is officially deprecated and
> will stop working in 2014.  Even the "Building Interactive Maps" article
> that is referenced on the front page of flex.apache.org doesn't work
> anymore - it uses Modest Maps which is now strictly an HTML5 API - there is
> no mention anywhere on their site of Flex (I would suggest removing that
> article link from the site!).  If someone who is actually using a given API
> could please confirm that it's working and still officially supported that
> would be really helpful.  After doing some googling it looks like MapQuest
> might be an option, but the same search also comes up with Yahoo Maps which
> I'm pretty sure does not work anymore.
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > Fuad Kamal
> > Anaara LLC
> > www.anaara.com
> > 240.515.7578 (m)
> > 214.279.1890 (f)
> > twitter: @flexRonin
> > linkedIn: linkedin.com/in/anaara
> > flickr:
> > http://www.flickr.com/photos/abunur/sets/72157623368920999/
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
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