Customization: Color scheme, icons, logo at the top, banner/text and title at the top, image preview link and URL are all customizable. With Proxi your map will match your branding and look like a custom-built tool.
Analytics: Creators can see their # of map views as well as the top 10 most viewed points on a rolling basis; this provides visibility into how users are interacting with your content.
Ways to share: Proxi gives creators the ability to share in different ways, including embed on site, customized URL, or QR code.
Governance: Maps created on Proxi may be shared ‘read only,’ meaning others cannot add points. They may also be shared with crowdsourcing enabled. Many users find controlled crowdsourcing useful; this functionality enables others to add points to the community map - but those points will only be visible ‘if and when’ the map owner approves them.
Featured points: All points may be highlighted so that they visually ‘glow’ on your Proxi map! This feature is ‘click on/click off’ and is useful to indicate a specific point of interest to your audience (eg, this location is offering a discount).
Drag and drop: Points may be drug and dropped anywhere on your Proxi map, and will update to that exact latitude and longitude. This feature is particularly useful for points of interest lacking a physical address, such a waterfall.
Nothing, until you choose to share it. You can embed your map directly on a site, share it to social media, share it via QR code or URL… there are lots of possibilities!
To pressure test volume capabilities, we ran a simulation whereby a map with 10,000 unique points was viewed by 50,000 unique users three times in a ten minute period, resulting in an error rate of less than 0.1%. If you have any concerns about a high volume map, please don’t hesitate to reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org - we can help!
Nothing! All URLs and QR codes will still work as normal. Your map is portable, meaning the content will still exist and be available even if you’ve taken your website offline.
Please find documentation here: https://map.proxi.co/app-docs. Let us know how we can help + what you are working on!
Yes. Interaction with the website is TLS 1.2 encrypted (the `https` in the URL). Further, all database data is “encrypted at rest”, which means it is encrypted on the disk, and encrypted as it gets sent from the disk to the application server.
Any! We do not have specific language bindings (SDKs). Proxi APIs can be called by making a simple HTTP request.
Yes, we have an API for this. Please reach out to email@example.com with your specific use case - we can help you get set up.