Maps Mania is a blog featuring websites that apply online maps technology. The article that covers the release of MapTiming HASH makes the analysis of how MapTiming approaches the biggest […]
Because the first release is now a fact, and even according to plan, here’s an update of the development iteration roadmap.
MapTiming provides a blend of calendar and mapping features to share event information. HASH is the name of MapTiming’s first event mapping service. If you open MapTiming HASH you will see […]
To add a new event to MapTiming HASH, follow these step-by-step instructions.
MapTiming is a repository and publication platform for event data. It combines location and time. The basic interface is a map showing where the events take place, with extra functions […]
Don’t expect a visionary article on the future of the web. I’ve only been trying to understand some novelties, and here are some reflections, so bear on…
MapTiming is about publishing event schedules on a map. Does that make it an ‘event management system’? No, not really… but then, what is it? A ‘map-based event publication platform’, […]
What drove me into this project? I try to go to church on Sundays. I know the service hours in our local parish, and there’s a weekly paper newsletter announcing […]
Google I/O 2014 is hot and this event may have some relevant output for my development of MapTiming, a Google-based app for sharing event data on a map. I made […]
You cannot speed up development of an app by miracle, but you can increase motivation by showing where you are and where you’re heading to. I made up an iteration […]