FortressDB has a Google Maps block. It lets you plot pins on a map based on locations in a FortressDB table.
The block is easy to use. From Gutenberg, select the block, then choose which data table you want to plot co-ordinates for. You can also customise the pin by using field names from the same data table.
The block editor will show a preview. After publication, it will look similar to the following. Different themes or page templates will have different widths.
Getting a licence key for Google Maps API
To use the Google Maps block you need to have a licence key from Google. This is easy to do, and doesn’t cost very much. For most WordPress websites it will probably be free. This is a link to Google’s pricing page.
The following steps explain the process of getting an API key for Google Maps.
Open Google Developers Console from this link. Then, from the dropdown list, choose “Create a Project“.
Click the “Continue” button and wait for a few seconds.
Click “What credentials do I need?” button.
Copy the API key using “Ctrl + C” or “Command + C”, then paste it into the FortressDB block for Google Maps.