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Thread began 5/05/2009 2:25 pm by johnlanglois | Last modified 5/25/2009 8:03 am by johnlanglois | 2346 views | 3 replies


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Originally Said By: stevegrn199042
  I just built a "Find Closest Store..." application using the database available at Overview/ and their Distance & Radius API
code at Overview/. I then ran an SQL query and used Google Maps Pro to take care of the mapping. Worked like a charm!  


Thank you for the lead on the ZipCodeDownload products. How much overhead was involved in taking their info and passing it onto GoogleMaps?

I found an open source routine that will interrogate Google for the latitude and longitude when I provide a zip code, but I have no way of knowing if that information would be any more or less precise that the ZipCodeDownload info.

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