Adam DuVander writes about geolocation, web development, and APIs for Programmable Web and WebMonkey, Wired.com's web developer resource. He has presented his work at SXSW and O'Reilly's Where 2.0 conference. He lives at 45° 33' 25" N, 122° 31' 55" W (otherwise known as Portland, Oregon).
Reading this book is easy and very clear to understand.
I like the author's approach and I plan to use parts of his scripts in my webapplications. Read more
very helpful but will be better to find the complete examples of code because the book only shows pieces of codePublished 21 months ago by Alejandro Cortes R
This book was surprisingly readable - and fun! Duvander put a genuine effort into making this text understandable, even for novices such as myself. Read morePublished on June 25, 2012 by Mining the Oort
Overall a good basic set of lessons. But the companion site has no updates and the book material is 2 yrs old. Read morePublished on May 23, 2012 by morgantor
When I got this book I was very excited to begin learning how to do map scripting. I quickly learned that this book would cause more frustration than anything. Read morePublished on December 30, 2011 by trying to map
MAP SCRIPTING 101 offers over seventy useful script examples that show readers how to create interactive maps and mashups, using different tools from Twitter's friend-finder to a... Read morePublished on November 11, 2010 by Midwest Book Review
Maps are endlessly fascinating. They provide a sense of potential, pushing new horizons, extending old frontiers, as well as helping one find the nearest Starbucks. Read morePublished on October 12, 2010 by Amazon Customer