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Mashup on iPad

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OK, so tested Google, Bing, Yahoo, ESRI, Openlayers and MapServer mashups on the iPad, and much like on the iPhone, the slippy drag-and-droll interface doesn’t work. Except for one mashup. Take a guess?

Related:
* Safari
* WebKit

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    Written by Harsh

    April 15th, 2010 at 10:50 pm

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    1. OH, how I wish I can buy my own IPAD too, but it’s a little expensive and I can’t afford it. But I heard a lot of good reviews about it.

      Kay

      23 Apr 10 at 1:57 AM

    2. ok i’ll bite. which one?

      3dmap

      5 May 10 at 4:31 PM

    3. comment?

      jonn3

      7 May 10 at 11:39 PM

    4. @3dmap: Sorry, must have skipped this, but it’s by the Stanford duo.

      Harsh

      12 May 10 at 10:34 AM

    5. Mapserver on the ipad … goody goody!!

      Rahul D

      18 Jun 10 at 3:14 AM

    6. I still dont understand why people pay all that money for an ipad? Its more expensive than a laptop and does alot less? Seems to be a very expensive fashion accessory! Or maybe im just getting old

      Freshlook

      20 Jan 11 at 11:29 AM

    7. Why use a webkit based mapping mashup, when you could use apps that take advantage of the iPads excellent developer API and ibuilt api, ie TomTom official app on the appstore?

      In fact, Google maps without any additional translation seems to work wonderfully well for my needs

      Hans

      2 Feb 11 at 6:14 PM

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