> I agreed with GenC, when Google stops to provide key means that we can
> not reuse or redeploy existing application in other web server. It is
> end of life of our application.
> At this time, my application is in delivery time. Upgrade to Google
> Map API for script V3 requires a lot effort. Therefore, I can not
> follow this way.
> In Google Map API for script V3 they don't requires key anymore. I
> wish Google apply the same policy for Google Map API for Flash.
> Google 's guys! Please ... please ... help me to solve this problem.
> On Feb 21, 1:15 pm, Daniel <dan...@vindamedia.com> wrote:
> > Try Bing Ajax maps Google isn't even paying attention to this forum. So
> > much for full support for 3 years after the notice
> > More like 3 days after.
> > On Feb 20, 2012 10:08 PM, "GlenC" <glen.coll...@treasury.qld.gov.au> wrote:
> > > Whilst I agree it is going away (it is deprecated after all), and it
> > > is backward looking to develop anything “new” in this API what about
> > > those of us who have applications already developed in this API?
> > > Specifically, our office has a fair amount of vested time in our Flash
> > > GM applications, and like most developers we commonly reuse
> > > significant amounts of code in other systems we develop.
> > > (IE8, which our office is in the process of moving too just now) the
> > > flash API still has significant benefits (i.e. hundreds of polygon
> > > rendering and interacting with the user quickly). Therefore we plan
> > > mass of our user base were running a capable browser (e.g. IE9), so we
> > > are effectively 1.5+ years off changing.
> > > Subsequently we need to access new API keys also.
> > > The move to remove the ability to get the API is more than deprecating
> > > the Flash API it’s rapidly killing it off (we haven’t even hit 6
> > > months from deprecation announcement and there is an active attempt to
> > > remove the use of this API). Not great for us who followed Google’s
> > > API and developed applications around it; now we can’t even re-use our
> > > code for a temporary stop-gap application for a particular user type.
> > > Please Google allow us still to get these keys—at least until the last
> > > year of the official 3 year deprecation period.
> > > On Feb 21, 10:54 am, Daniel <dan...@vindamedia.com> wrote:
> > > > The API is going away so it us useless to build an app with it. Use Bing
> > > or
> > > > On Feb 20, 2012 2:52 PM, "Nguyen Cuong" <nqcuon...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > > > Hi,
> > > > > In the last few days. I have got above notice in website :
> > > > >http://code.google.com/apis/maps/signup.html.
> > > > > Now, I am deploying the application that using Maps API for Flash but I
> > > > > can not get the key. Anybody can help me to get the key or help me get
> > > out
> > > > > of this?
> > > > > I have try to omit the key from source code but it does not work.
> > > Please
> > > > > help as soon as possible. Thank you
> > > > > Cuong
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