Dynamically Adding Google Maps with Marker In Django

Google Maps allows you to display maps on your website,  we can also customize maps, and the information on maps.

The Google Maps API is a JavaScript library. It can be added to a web page with the following script tags:

 

We are creating a div to holds the google map. Here we are also giving an option to search the place on a google map.

 
   
 

then add a DOM listener that will execute the getGoogleMap() function on window load (when the page is initially loaded):

google.maps.event.addDomListener(window, "load", getGoogleMap)
 

In the above example, we are already loading 3 markers in Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad.

Then again if a user marks any location, it will display the marker with longitude, latitude of the place(if u want to store) by deleting user previously selecting markers.


We can also set the position description dynamically using the info window

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