We have seen what is geodesic polyline and its example in the previous post. We have also seen a simple polyline example before. It's now time for an onclick geodesic polyline example and I will discuss it here today. Let's head on to the example straight away...
You can copy the above code in a text file and save it with .html extension. Now click on this html file, which will open it in your browser and you will see your map in action! The output of the code looks as seen in the result section above.
1. Spherical contains spherical geometry utilities allowing you to compute angles, distances and areas from latitudes and longitudes.
2. Encoding contains utilities for encoding and decoding polyline paths according to the Encoded Polyline Algorithm.
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