Small databases with any number of custom fields with different field types such as text, radio buttons, and drop down lists.

  • Embed static Web App item maps using the Google Static Maps API

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       Using the Google Static Maps API, you can easily implement static maps in the detailed view of your Web App items - without having to generate an API key.

      To embed a static map, simply insert the following code in the "Detail Layout" of your Web App while in HTML mode.

      <div id="google-static-map">
      <div><img src=";maptype=roadmap\&amp;markers=size:mid|color:red&lt;/a&gt;&lt;span&gt;|{tag_address1} {tag_addresscity} {tag_addressstate} {tag_addresscountry}&amp;sensor=false" alt="gmap" id="gmap" /></div>
      <span onclick="javascript:document.getElementById('gmap').src=';maptype=roadmap\&amp;markers=size:mid|color:red&lt;/a&gt;&lt;span&gt;|{tag_address1}+{tag_addresscity}+{tag_addressstate}+{tag_addresscountry}&amp;sensor=false';">Map</span> |
      <span onclick="javascript:document.getElementById('gmap').src=';maptype=hybrid\&amp;markers=size:mid|color:red&lt;/a&gt;&lt;span&gt;|{tag_address1}+{tag_addresscity}+{tag_addressstate}+{tag_addresscountry}&amp;sensor=false';">Satellite</span>

      Now ensure that you enable the maps feature by selecting your Web app and then clicking Edit Web App Settings:


      Then selecting the Allow proximity search box and then clicking Save.


      The last step is to add the addresses to your Web App items by selecting a web app item and expanding the Item Address section:


      Tip: you can also add the web app item addresses by doing a web app import.