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I want to build a map on my website that will allow a user to enter a zip code. once the zip code is entered a pin drop should appear in that location, and so on.

Is this possible with this api? any good tutorials? what's a good starting point? their documentation wasn't that useful with this specific initiative of mine.
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Google MAP Api Tutorial

http://econym.org.uk/gmap/
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