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Ionic 6 Google Maps Starter Kit

Ionic 6 Google Maps Starter Kit

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Looking to integrate powerful Google Maps functionality into your Ionic applications without the hassle of starting from scratch? Look no further! The Ionic Angular Google Maps Kit is a comprehensive package that includes readymade Ionic Google Map templates with a range of features designed to simplify the development process and enhance the user experience.

Explore a Collection of Ionic Examples

This saves hundreds of working hours of yourself.These templates are readymade and you can easily copy and paste the codes into your ionic projects.

Covering Ionic/Capacitor geolocation, directions, and markers:

  • Add markers
  • Save markers
  • Drag & select location
  • Add event listeners to map
  • Get center location of map
  • Zoom map
  • Geocodes of selected location
  • Google Maps Places API for getting address
  • Show formatted address
  • Ionic native geolocation (get user’s current location using Capacitor geolocation plugin)
  • Directions between two locations
  • Start & end location select
  • Estimated time of a direction
  • Distance between two locations
  • Steps guide to the destination

This Ionic Google Maps example shows you how to integrate the Google Maps JavaScript API into Ionic and how to use the Google Places API, directions, geolocation, and geocoding.

Bonus: 10 Free Modern Single-Paged Ionic Templates

In addition to the powerful map functionality, this bundle includes 10 free modern-looking single-paged Ionic templates. These templates are carefully crafted, well-coded, and well-commented, allowing you to rapidly create stunning user interfaces and save valuable programming time.

Specifications

  • Ionic 6
  • Angular 16
  • Capacitor 5

What’s Included

  • Files for Google Maps templates (.html , .ts , .scss)
  • Files for 10 ionic templates (.html , .ts , .scss)
  • Documentation




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