I have just released version 2.0.3 which includes support for the following major new features:
Below is an example of a JavaFX application displaying a Google map with directions, utilizing the Directions API.
This release has been uploaded to bintray, and should hopefully be available on maven central by next week.
Blog posts to follow this one with tutorials on how to use each one of these new APIs.
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It’s very nice !!! Rob, do you can display the shortest path (routing) between various points using this wrapper ? Points inside a city, for example…
Thank you Jose. Whatever the underlying Google API gives you access to is how you can determine the path between the 2 points. In particular take a look at the parameters section of the Google API doc at: https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/directions/intro#RequestParameters
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