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Autocomplete has been added so that to make address selection easy.
You can also click on a location on the map to get the address instead of typing via keyboard.
You can also optimize the path to minimize the travel time and save money.
It utilizes Google Places, Geocoding and Directions APIs.
Click the Add Location button to add multiple locations.
The first location should be the start location.
The last location should be the destination location.
You can also click on the map on your desired location to get address of that location.
The address will be displayed in the Location text box. First click
inside the location box and then click on the desired location on the map.
Check Optimize Path check box if you want to optimize the path. If you want to visit multiple locations
and you don't know where to visit first, second and so on, then check this option to display the directions in the proper
order so that to minimize your travel time and hence save money.
To remove a location, click the cross icon on the right side of the location box.
Click the Calculate Fare button to calculate fare.
This will also display the directions on the map.
The fare break down will be displayed in a separate panel (below the locations).
If you want to clear all locations then click the Reset button and click OK
from the confirmation dialog. The form will also be reset.
If you want to get JSON of all the locations and fare break down, click Get JSON button.
Add your key in the following line (replace YOUR_API_KEY with your Google Maps API key).
Once again, thank you so much for your interest in this script.
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