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Giveaway: 3 Lifetime Licenses of Interactive HTML5 Maps from SimpleMaps

Written by Kevin Liew on 17 Oct 2013
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We have got something good for you this week. This time we have our sponsor - SimpleMaps to give away 3 lifetime licenses of interactive HTML5 maps.

SimpleMaps develops and supports interactive HTML5/JavaScript maps for websites. Their World and USA maps are their most popular products. These maps are great for improving website navigation or visualizing geographic data. SimpleMaps can be easily customized in minutes using an intuitive spreadsheet-based online tool. The maps are very flexible and can be extended by using their JavaScript API. SimpleMaps look beautiful on mobile devices and degrade gracefully to support legacy browsers like IE7 and IE8.

Brief Overview

Instead of using old school image map to make your map image clickable, you can try SimpleMaps' HTML5 map solution. Once the map is loaded, you will get an overview of the map. For example, if you chosen World Map, you will see the image below:

You can choose different continents, and it will zoom in so you have a more detailed view of the country you want to choose.

Javascript API

Here comes the awesome bit of SimpleMaps - Javascript Hooks. You can customize SimpleMaps' behaviors by using its events and methods.

Support

It's designed to work across different platforms and browsers. And if it doesn't, it will degrade gracefully. SimpleMaps come in HTML5 version and flash version. It plays well on mobile platform too.

What do you get?

SimpleMaps is giving away 3 lifetime licenses ($79 to $199)for any individual HTML5 maps at SimpleMaps.com. This contest will run for 15 days and we will randomly pick 3 winners afterward.

How to participate?

To join SimpleMaps contest is simple. Please use the widget below and follow the instructions. All the best!

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5 comments
Sumon Selim 3 years ago
I would love the World HTML5 Map and use it on my website.
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Fraz Khalid 3 years ago
I want to have the USA HTML5 map, and i intended to use it on my personal website as well as my clients
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hamanine 3 years ago
I want to have the USA HTML5 map, and i intended to use it on my personal website as well as my clients
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Ignet 3 years ago
I want to win a Interactive HTML5 Maps because it’s perfectly suited for my web site about bike trips.
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Personal authority 3 years ago
Very effective post for web designers.thanks for the sharing.
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