Google.maps.event.adddomlistener() is deprecated, use the standard addeventlistener() method instead:

The google.maps.event.addDomListener() method is deprecated and should be replaced with the standard
addEventListener() method. This change was made to align with the recommended best practices and
standards for JavaScript programming.

The deprecated google.maps.event.addDomListener() method is used to attach event listeners to elements
rendered by the Google Maps JavaScript API. It accepts three parameters: the target element, the event type to listen
for, and the callback function to execute when the event is triggered.

The updated addEventListener() method is a built-in JavaScript method that serves the same purpose.
It is a standardized way to attach event listeners to DOM elements and is considered best practice in modern web
development. The addEventListener() method also accepts three parameters: the event type to listen for,
the callback function, and an optional boolean value to specify whether to use capturing (true) or bubbling (false)
event propagation.

Here is an example that demonstrates how to replace the deprecated google.maps.event.addDomListener()
method with addEventListener():

        // Deprecated method
        google.maps.event.addDomListener(document.getElementById('myButton'), 'click', function () {
            // Event handler code
        // Updated method
        document.getElementById('myButton').addEventListener('click', function () {
            // Event handler code

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