Ubimark.com

This is one of a couple of projects I’ve been working on with Dr. Sorin Matei at Purdue University. The website is related to content in print books, with Jules Verne’s Around the World in 80 Days illustrating the launch. Geo Mashup maps represent locations in the book, which contains print links that can be…

Bolagskartan.com – slider customization

This business directory wanted to combine Geo Mashup’s built-in category filters with a custom slider to filter businesses based on a custom field. This required some additions to Geo Mashup’s javascript API, which will be included in the next (1.4) release. The slider filter has minimal effect at release time, but should become pretty fun…

Laini’s Little Pocket Guide – Geo Mashup with Street View

A small Geo Mashup customization for Laini’s Little Pocket Guide adds a link in the info window to Street View where it is available. Street View is loaded over the map, similar to Google’s interface, with a close button up top to return to the map. This is good stuff – some of this code…

Trakkers

Some time has passed since I worked with WordPressDevelopment.com on this site for athletes using the Trakker GPS system, but I see the site has since gone live. This was a heavy customization involving a modified Geo Mashup 1.2 and ExtInfoWindow library. There are a lot of little visual treats awaiting visitors in the various…

Last WordPress Geo Mashup Plugin Announcement Here

This will be my last release announcement here, for version 1.2.9 of Geo Mashup. If you’re listening here for release announcements, subscribe instead to the project download feed: http://code.google.com/feeds/p/wordpress-geo-mashup/downloads/basic The change log will be tracked by version in the Milestone field on the issues page: http://code.google.com/p/wordpress-geo-mashup/issues/list?can=2&q=milestone=1.2.9 Happy upgrading!

Alliance for Climate Education “Crush” Site

This video sharing application was built with the CodeIgniter PHP framework and makes heavy use of the Facebook API. Both of these were new to me when I came on board to fix some problems with the existing application. My impression of CodeIgniter is good, I may use it again for web applications that don’t…