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We love making smartphone applications that are both easy and fun to use. Our team is well versed in both native development on Android and iOS, as well as using cross platform development frameworks to simultaneously product a platform ubiquitous application.Read More
Thinglet Software is the premier mobile and web development consultancy in the Coachella Valley.
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This is an updated version of an example that was found here, and has been updated to work with the V3 specification of the Google Maps API. Directly below the example, you'll find the code snippet and a link to download the XML file that contains the color and coordinate information for each state.