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Sea level monitor with Google Maps integration.
Estimate threat level of rising sea levels to locations selected from a map. Useful for users planning to buy coastal properties.
Click on the map and the threat level of the selected location appears on screen.
ng2-bootstrap @ngui/map @google-elevation-api
The general idea seems nice, but the app need a lot of work to be done. No offence.
Your feedback to my entry would be appreciated as well.
- This is a cool idea, the message when you click on the ocean is funny.
- The application icon is pretty.
- Links in the header don’t work, should just be removed.
- Would be nice to enter an address and center the map on that address.
- I think the decimal amount in metres could have been rounded to be more user friendly.
Great work guys!!!
Your feedback to my entry would be appreciated!
I like the idea behind of such applications. I like clicking around and check some facts out. However I think the design / usability is a little bit confusing. Clicking on the Map will not change the Marker and dragging the marker will not change the elevation value.
However I think a good starting point in regards to the time constrains.
Nice entry!! Smart use of the API.
I think you should capture user's location and point to that initially. Everyone wants to know whether they are safe :) Good Luck.
Do check out my entry too and provide feedback. :)
Very basic gmap site with a not so bad idea. It can be improved with more functionalities in the future :D
My project is also a basic map site that you may enjoy to see.
Hi, the idea seems to be really useful to check water levels before buying. Good job
Nice Idea you guys brought up here.!! Looks like a cool app.!! I like this.!! Keep doing the Good work :) All the best :)
It will be great if you are playing a game which is developed by me and giving feedback :)
Adding a mark on where the user clicks maybe a little bit better.
Nice idea, good work! :)
Your feedback to our entry would be appreciated as well. GLHF!
Awesome idea and nice app 10/10. My only suggestion for design is to use a fullscreen map and make it use the screen space better on mobile devices.