The security features of the AJAX XML data download process requires that the XML files for a page
are served from the same domain as the web page.
Some of my example pages allow you to enter the name of an XML data file,
or pick one from a dropdown list.
You can use some of these XML files with several of my example pages.
Original Palo Alto points data.xml
copied from the official documentation examples.
This basic data file is used with simple AJAX examples,
including those derived from the async.html example in the offical API documentation.
More Palo Alto points data1.xml.
This is another set of points in the Palo Alto area.
More Palo Alto points with paths data2.xml.
Some of my pages which support drawing polylines between points allow for unmarked
nodes between the displayed markers.
Points and paths from Turkey and Cyprus data3.xml.
I found this data file on an early web site link from a posting to the Google-Maps-API group.
An Alberta Tour.
Several times a year we travel between Calgary and Mannville.
One of these days I'll pull the waypoints off my GPS.
For now, I have picked markers which roughly follow the route.
Outbound from Calgary to Mannville c2m.xml
and returning from Mannville to Calgary m2c.xml
the long way.
The same, with paths are c2m_p.xml
I also combined the outbound and return legs:
tour2005.xml and tour2005_p.xml
During the summer of 2004,
we took a driving tour of the eastern sites in the Riel Rebellion.
After this trip, I acquired a handheld GPS.
During the summer of 2003,
we took a driving tour of the western sites in the Riel Rebellion.
(coming soon (maybe)).