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December 2, 2015
Ready to Code?

December 2, 2015 — Listen up, coders! There will be a new series of lessons showing you how to use our SuperGIS Server JavaScript API. Since the first release of SuperGIS Server 3.2, we have been continuously developing lots of useful APIs to help you build excellent maps. With these APIs, it is so much easier for you to customize the map exactly the way you want.

Supergeo has already provided various JavaScript API samples on our SGDN website. Also, you can find complete reference to all the new APIs in the SuperGIS Server JavaScript API Reference. These materials can help you to understand what you can do with our APIs. However, we have received feedback that we should provide more about using the APIs and we are now pleased to present JavaScript API lessons.

These new lessons include basics like how you can add SuperGIS Server services to your map and overlay with online maps like Bing Maps and OpenStreetMap, plus advanced lessons like how to re-design your map using different symbology. Also, you will learn how to identify and edit your map. The best part is that you will know how to integrate different kinds of online resources into your map. These new lessons will be released next month. Stay tuned, and stay ready!

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