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Using Yahoo Maps in GWT

Hi,

Is there a way I can use the Yahoo Maps Api from gwt in Eclipse? Can it be done like google maps, where I just include a .jar file in the project and make api calls.
I tried searching the net for a wrapper or a plugin but could not find a way.

I am writing an app in Java with an HTML/JS front-end. I understand that directly coding in Javasrcipt is an option but I find JS to be a hassle and I also need database access in the app, so would prefer to stick to Java.

I would really appreciate some help in this matter.

Thank you.

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  • QUOTE (pankaj r @ Mar 10 2010, 09:14 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
    Hi,

    Is there a way I can use the Yahoo Maps Api from gwt in Eclipse? Can it be done like google maps, where I just include a .jar file in the project and make api calls.
    I tried searching the net for a wrapper or a plugin but could not find a way.

    I am writing an app in Java with an HTML/JS front-end. I understand that directly coding in Javasrcipt is an option but I find JS to be a hassle and I also need database access in the app, so would prefer to stick to Java.

    I would really appreciate some help in this matter.

    Thank you.

    Do you mean using Yahoo! Maps in GWT like it is used in myemark.com ?

    You can use Mapstraction project and envelop it into GWT library
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