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Microsoft Mapping

Geospatial Development in Windows 10 with Bing Maps and C#

  • Authors
  • Carmen¬†Au
  • Ray¬†Rischpater

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xx
  2. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 1-10
  3. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 11-31
  4. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 33-53
  5. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 55-74
  6. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 75-90
  7. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 91-114
  8. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 115-132
  9. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 133-145
  10. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 147-158
  11. Carmen Au, Ray Rischpater
    Pages 159-165
  12. Back Matter
    Pages 167-170

About this book

Introduction

This 200 page revised edition of Microsoft Mapping includes the latest details about SQL Server 2014 and the new 3D and Streetside-capable map control for Windows 10 applications. It contains updated chapters on Microsoft Azure and Power Map for Excel plus a new chapter on Bing Maps for Universal Windows. The book tells a story, from beginning to end, of planning and deploying a single geospatial application built using Microsoft technologies from end-to-end.

Readers are expected to have basic familiarity with the fundamentals of developing for Microsoft platforms (some understanding of basic SQL, C#, .NET, and WCF); as readers work through the book they will build on their existing skills so that they will be able to deploy geospatial applications for social networking, data collection, enterprise management, or other purposes.

Microsoft Mapping Second Edition
provides:
  • The only full book for developers who want to create location-aware apps using the Windows 10 platform
  • Fully working code samples that show the concepts in use with ASP.NET 4.5 and Windows 10.
  • Complete solutions to the common problems of geospatial development: visualization, hosting and localization of services are all explained.
  • Demonstrates how the Bing Maps API can be connected to the Azure Cloud in order to provide a stand-alone mapping bolt-on with little additional up-front cost and great reliability.
  • Unique coverage of how the Bing
Maps API can be implanted within Windows and Windows Phone applications for Windows 10 applications to provide a robust service tailored to the capabilities of each device.
  • Coverage of the new Windows 10 Bing Maps control, which supports viewing Streetside and aerial data.



  • Keywords

    Bing Maps Windows 10 Geospatial Development C# Power Map for Excel Microsoft Azure Microsoft Localization Services Bing Maps API

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