Thursday, January 12th, 2006

Package Mapper – track your shipments on google maps

Category: Examples, Ruby, Showcase

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Map out the route your packages take on their way to their destination with Package Mapper. Its built on Ruby on Rails, and you can see use of scriptaculous effects in many spots. It looks pretty close to the single page model Joe described a while ago.

From the front page:

Package Mapper shows you a map of your FedEx, UPS, USPS package routes. Enter a carrier and a tracking number to see your package’s progress plotted on the map. Sign in to enter a list of packages and see their current locations on a table or map.

(via hitormiss)

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Comment by Mike — January 16, 2006

[...] PackageMapper, found via Ajaxian, is pretty cool. It sadly likes to say it “just woke up” all the time, something that I don’t need to explain (if you start using it, you’ll see), but when it works it’s great. I have started leaving my packages on there even though they’re delivered, as I can still watch how things from all over the USA (and sometimes Canada) end up at my house. [...]

Pingback by Go Flock Yourself » Blog Archive » FedEx sent my package in the opposite direction — February 24, 2006

RRHarmon.com/tracking is now http://www.PackageMapping.com. Features include: Track UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHL packages with Google Maps and RSS. Store up to 10 tracking numbers. Ability to put it on your own website! It really works! Check it out!

Comment by Webmaster — August 8, 2006

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