BY DAG JOMAR MERSLAND
Announcing MazeMap JS API — a framework that really opens up huge possibilities for existing MazeMap customers, new developers, app makers and software businesses.
It is now possible to easily add custom elements on top of the maps, create custom events and react to user interactions.
A lot of businesses and customers that have app developers, wonder how they can integrate the MazeMap indoor maps into the custom applications and web services they are making.
Now, it is just a few lines of code, and they can have a working, interactive indoor map within their own application.
“A few lines of code to get a working, interactive indoor map with the MazeMap Indoor Map JS API” tweet
Along with feedback we have gotten from app developers and customers, we envision a lot of various use cases. Finally, it is possible to add the indoor dimension to existing applications.
“Finally, it is possible to add the indoor dimension to existing applications” tweet
For developers who already know and love this easy mapping library, you will have no problems using the extended indoor variant, which is the MazeMap JS API.
Because of the underlying Leaflet integration, we support using many of the very same map plugins that exists for standard Leaflet maps. Examples of using such plugins with the MazeMap JS API is documented on the plugin examples page.
*Example showing a leaflet heatmap plugin used on top of the MazeMap indoor maps. [Example found here](http://api.mazemap.com/js/v1.0.5/docs/plugins.html)*
We have the documentation and examples for developers, located at api.mazemap.com/js/v1.0.5/docs.
What do you think? What possibilities do you see? Tweet us @MazeMap
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