Python map can show the exact location of every pokémon around you

Developer Ahmed Almutawa began playing with that access on Saturday and within a few hours had plotted the data onto a map. He posted the project on GitHub and Reddit, then went to bed. When he woke up, people had already begun swarming to it. -There's been like 46 contributors, 

The project emerged from a subreddit dedicated to developers playing with Pokémon Go. In there, someone figured out how to pull raw data out of the game, including the locations of gyms, the items at individual pokéstops, and where pokémon are appearing.

One that some may call cheating, but also makes finding pokémon insanely easy: it's a Google Map that displays the location of every pokémon around you.

There are step-by-step instructions if you want to use it, but be warned, you'll have to open up the command line.   

If you get through that process, what you'll find is a Google Map that basically offers a bird's-eye view of every nearby pokémon, pokéstop, and gym. With a bit of code, you can tell the map to filter by specific pokémon or pokéstops that include the item you want. 

Is this kill the fun in the game?. or your now a member of Team Rocket ?  Prepare for Trouble and make Double....

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