1. jHERE (MAPS MADE EASY)
According to jHERE, Maps are cool, but map APIs are complicated. jHERE solves this problem by offering a simple but powerful map API in the form of a jQuery plugin. With jHERE you can easily add interactive maps to your website. In only 5KB you get a powerful map API, highly customizable markers, event handling and info bubbles. Bonus feature are KML support and data visualization via heatmaps.
Download : https://github.com/mmarcon/jhere/archive/master.zip
Documentation : http://jhere.net/docs.html
Examples : http://jhere.net/#examples
2. gmaps.js (google maps api with less pain and more fun)
According to gmaps.js, it allows you to use the potential of Google Maps in a simple way. No more extensive documentation or large amount of code.
Download : https://raw.github.com/HPNeo/gmaps/master/gmaps.js
Documentation : http://hpneo.github.io/gmaps/documentation.html
Examples : http://hpneo.github.io/gmaps/examples.html
According to Kartograph, it is a simple and lightweight framework for building interactive map applications without Google Maps or any other mapping service. It was created with the needs of designers and data journalists in mind. Kartograph is two libraries, one which generates beautiful & compact SVG maps and other which helps you to create interactive maps that run across all major browsers.
Download : http://kartograph.org/js/kartograph.min.js
Documentation : http://kartograph.org/docs/kartograph.js/
Examples : http://kartograph.org/showcase/
4. jQuery Geo
Download : http://code.jquerygeo.com/jquery.geo-1.0.0-b1.5.min.js
Documentation : http://docs.jquerygeo.com/
Examples : http://docs.jquerygeo.com/examples/all-shingled.html
Download : http://polymaps.org/ex/
Documentation : http://polymaps.org/docs/
Examples : http://polymaps.org/download.html
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