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- A streamlined core library. Many of the supplementary functions have been moved into libraries, helping to reduce the load and parsing times for the Core API which lets your map load quickly on any device.
- Improved performance of several features, such as polygon rendering and marker placement.
- A new approach to client-side usage limits to better accommodate shared addresses used by mobile proxies and corporate firewalls.
- Added support for several modern browsers and mobile browsers. Support for Internet Explorer 6 has been removed.
- An HTML5 Street View implementation that will load on any mobile device.
- Custom Street View panoramas with your own photos, allowing you to share panoramas of ski slopes, houses for sale or other interesting places.
- Styled Maps customizations that allows you to change the display of elements on the base map to match your unique visual style.
- Support for several new services, such as the ElevationService and Distance Matrix.
- An improved directions services provides alternative routes, route optimization (approximate solutions to the traveling salesperson problem), bicycling directions (with bicycling layer), transit directions, and draggable directions.
- An updated Geocoding format that provides more accurate type information than the accuracy value from the Geocoding API v2.
- Support for multiple Info Windows on a single Map.
How to upgrade your application?
Generating API keys: a quick guide
- At first, you need to create a Gmail Account and log in to it.
- Then follow this link and you will be redirected on the Google Cloud. Select the “Maps” option.
- Set up the project name.
- If you do not have billing accounts, Google will ask you to create it. So, fill all the fields. In order you have it, jump to the next step. Note, according to a Google policy, you will automatically charged only when you reach your billing threshold or 30 days after your last automatic payment, whichever comes first. Firstly, Google gets a 12-month free trial period and $200 credits.
- Create a new project: enter the name and location.
- The last step – enable your APIs by clicking the “NEXT” button.
- Done! Your generated API key will appear in the window.
- Paste this api key on chronosly > settings > incompatibilities > google maps api key