This guide explains how to start using a MapsIndoors map in your HTML application.
To benefit from the guides, you will need basic knowledge about:
To get an overview of the MapsIndoors web app capabilities check out a running version of MapsIndoors here.
Prerequisits before getting your hands dirty
The MapsIndoors web application is built on top of Google Maps. You therefore need to get a Google Maps API key.
You also need a MapsIndoors API key in order to see indoor floor plans.
Get a Google Maps API Key
You need to setup the Google Maps API in your project by following the steps in the link below:
Some Web Service APIs are also needed for the MapsIndoors SDK, so make sure to enable them when getting your key:
Get a MapsIndoors API Key
In order to include MapsIndoors in your app, you need an API key. If you are not a customer you can use this API key
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In order to include MapsIndoors in your own app with your own content, you need to contact MapsPeople to get your building drawings processed and hosted by us.
You will receive a unique API key to use when access has been granted. If you are exploring how this service can become part of your own product, you can read about partnering with MapsPeople here.
Showcase Web App
A showcase app is available on GitHub, free to use and adapt to your needs.
Try the Showcase Web App right away
Before you begin, make sure your development environment includes Node.js, npm package manager and Angular CLI globally.
Using a terminal/shell in the project folder, run the following commands:
npm installto install all dependencies.
npm startfor a dev server and then enter an API key or Alias from your Solution in the URL, e.g. localhost:4200/demo. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.
Work with MapsIndoors SDK behind a Firewall
If you need to work with MapsIndoors SDK behind a firewall, you might need to white-list some IP-adresses.