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Tobin Bradley's Blog:
A Mapping Site in 19 Lines of Code
February 17, 2006 @ 07:15:33

On Tobin Bradley's blog today, there's a follow up to a previous artcile posted concerning getting MapServer working on a Windows/IIS install. This time, they show how, with a few lines of PHP code, you can create a map quickly and easily.

PHP/Mapscript makes this fantastically easy, with only 19 lines of code! You can download the code here.

The remainder of the post steps you through the process of installing the script and, with a few simple calls, you have a functional map of your chosen location.

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