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Thread began 3/06/2012 2:31 pm by clearwater70420930 | Last modified 3/20/2012 3:16 pm by Jason Byrnes | 813 views | 3 replies |


Google Maps

The page "" your webassit re: "pro maps for Google" software makes the reference to obtain the API does not provide such APIs anymore.

However, somehow I managed to obtain an API by scouring the available methods in Google. But when you click the page in which the map is embeded, two notifications from Google appear saying the API for this application is not valid.

Why is it that on one hand your webassit program, for pro maps for google, instructs to get the API via a specified page on Google and on the other hand the referenced page declares that API are no longer provided in this page? How can you help me to get this problem straightened out?

I created the website in question "" using Dreamweaver CS4. Please note that if you care to visit this website you will notice the map shown was created directly from a Google map and not with webassit program beause it did not work using your program.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you need to log into the api console


then activate the V2 API and generate an API key.

see the following page for details:

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Why V2 API

Google makes a big deal about making sure that users know V2 is deprecated and that V3, which is "keyless" is the new "Official" API. Why does Webassist recommend using a deprecated version?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you raise the same point in this thread, see my reply there:

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