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Figure 2-3. BUSit mobile web site user journey
Figure 2-3 shows a good example from Upon first launching
the mobile web application, it will attempt to find your current location for you.
As users type Start and End locations, it will suggest options for the user to
select using the Google Maps API and autocomplete. You also always have the
option available to select the user's current location.
After you have planned your destination, it will then suggest routes to you. All of
this information is contained on a single page with no page reloads. A user can
easily change or modify the view without having to wait for graphics (apart from
map tiles) to load. This offers more of a ''native application'' look and feel.
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