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AnyMap JS Maps is an advanced JavaScript/HTML5 map library which makes you able to easily create interactive maps that look great on any platform and in any browser. AnyMap JS is perfect for interactive dashboards and side-by-side reporting. You can use it to display sales by region, election results, weather forecast, population density, and other geo-related data. AnyMap JS comes with the ready-to-use Map Collection at no additional cost.



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Category: Programming > JavaScript

Size: 23671KB

OS: Linux

Downloads: 0

License: Shareware

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