Google Maps Api Key

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Google Maps Api Key

(Optional) Enable billing Google maps api key. See Usage Limits for more information. For more information on using the Google API Console, see API Console Help. Detailed guide for users of the Google Maps APIs Premium Plan license When using the Google Maps JavaScript API with a Google Maps APIs Premium Plan license, you must authenticate your application with either an API key or a client ID. Note: If you have a previous Maps API for Business license, you must use a client ID, not an API key. Choosing an authentication method for your application The section below provides a summary of the various tools and reports that are available to Premium Plan customers, based on the method you choose to authenticate your application. Authentication using an API key ( Note: Customers with a current Premium Plan license may use an API key, but customers holding a previous Maps API for Business license must use a client ID. ) By using an API key to authenticate your applications, you can: Manage all of your APIs in the Google API Console. Access real-time usage data and 30 days of historical usage data for your application in the Google API Console. View usage reports with more than 30 days of data in the Google Cloud Support Portal. Authentication using a Client ID By using your client ID (instead of an API key) to authenticate your application, you can: Add the channel parameter to requests so you can view more detailed usage reports. View usage reports with more than 30 days of data in the Google Cloud Support Portal. Use Maps Analytics tools for the Maps JavaScript API. Note: The information below on using an API key applies only to the Google Maps APIs Premium Plan, which became available on January 6, 2016. Have a previous Maps APIs for Work or Maps API for Business license? See our Maps APIs for Work Licenses guide. To determine whether you have a previous license: In the Google Cloud Support Portal, click Maps: Usage Report on the left. If the ID at the top of the report is in the following format, you have the new Premium Plan: gme-[ gme- prefix. Below is the format of a typical client ID. gme-[company] & proj-[number] ([type]) You can authenticate your application with the Google Maps JavaScript API using a client ID in combination with URL registration (instead of an API key). Note: This client ID is not a key, and it can only be used by URLs that you authorize. Read more about registering authorized URLs. Specifying a client ID when loading the API The code below shows you how to substitute YOUR_CLIENT_ID with your own client ID when loading the Google Maps JavaScript API. <script async defer src="https://maps. googleapis. com/maps/api/js?client= YOUR_CLIENT_ID&v=3. 29&callback=initMap"></script> You must specify the release version (also referred to as the feature-stable version) or an earlier version, by appending a v=3 Google maps api key. 29 parameter. Applications that use the experimental version are not covered under the Google Maps APIs Premium Plan SLA. Note: If you were previously using an API key for authentication and are switching to using a client ID, you must remove the key parameter before loading the API. The API will fail to load if both a client ID and an API key are included. Restricting an API key Google Maps APIs are available for web browsers, Android or iOS apps, and via HTTP web services. APIs in any platform can use a generic (unrestricted) API key. You can optionally add a restriction (for example, HTTP referrer) to the API key. Once restricted, a key will only work on platforms that support that type of restriction. Tip: Before moving your app or website to production, you should secure your API key. Keys for the Google Maps JavaScript API use the To add web browser restrictions to an existing, generic API key, do the following: Go to the Credentials page of the Google API Console. Select the project that contains the API key you want to edit. On the Credentials page, from the list of API keys, select the name of the API key to edit the details of the key. In the HTTP referrers (web sites), follow the on-screen instructions to set referrers, then click Save. Note: file:// referers need a special representation to be added to the Key restriction. The "file:/" part should be replaced with "__file_url__" before being added to the Key restriction. For example, "file:///path/to/" should be formatted as "__file_url__//path/to/*". After enabling file:// referers, it is recommended you regularly check your usage, to make sure it matches your expectations. Registering authorized URLs To prevent a third party from using your client ID on their own website, the use of your client ID is restricted to a list of URLs that you specifically authorize. To see the URLs you have already authorized or to authorize additional URLs: In the left-hand menu, click Maps: Manage Client ID. You can add up to 100 URLs at a time, to a total of 3000 URLs. If you require higher limits, please contact support. The following considerations apply regarding URLs that are authorized: The domain name or IP address does not have to be publicly accessible. For example,

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