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Video: Creating a database-driven, interactive Google Maps web application with Delphi Rio


Thursday, April 25, 2019

Part 2 of the School Data Video Series shows you how to write a web application that offers an interactive Google Map with data that is taken from a database. In order to access the database it uses the REST web service that was built in part 1.

The video shows by giving easy to follow step-by-step instructions:

  • Getting to know the data in the database
  • Build REST queries in the web browser
  • Implement a TMS Web Core application
    • Access the REST web service
    • Request data
    • Add markers to the Google Map component
    • Use a special, pre-defined icon for the marker

Here’s a little teaser what the app will look like in the end:

The video is part of the playlist, but here’s a direct link to part 2:

Holger Flick


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