Maximum Security, Minimum Effort. Introducing the most requested feature ever in the history of Mango – Users & Groups. Check out the video to see how it works!
Thinking of making the switch to Mango? Mango is a simple ArcGIS Online alternative – here’s why.
UPDATE: Google Maps Engine API will be turned off on January 29, 2016. Are you ready? We’ve been following the announcement from Google that they are axing their Google Maps Engine product very closely and tracking the impact that it is having in the industry. The most viewed article relating to Google’s announcement appeared on ZDNet. The article was primarily aimed at those who understood what Google Maps Engine is/was and didn’t really attempt to clarify where this product stood in Google’s wide array of map related offerings. As a result, many people have misunderstood the announcement with some even […]
Google have announced that they will no longer be accepting new signups for Google Maps Engine and will be terminating the service completely in January 2016. This will obviously come as a shock to users who have invested time and effort in Google Maps Engine, but the good news is that here at Mango we offer a robust alternative that will allow you to make engaging web map applications without writing a single line of code.
With over five hundred million active websites online, your shiny new web map is fighting for attention in a huge ocean of content. Never before has it been so important to work hard on improving the accessibility of your web application. As mapmakers, it’s all too easy to spend too much time focusing on cartography and tools and forget that both are useless if our target audience can’t find or access our map in the first place.