Map Suite Web Description
Map Suite Web Edition is a powerful and feature-rich ASP.Net server control that enables C# and VB.NET software developers to build detailed internet mapping applications. Utilizing Microsoft's .NET Framework, the APIs for Map Suite Web Edition incorporate the very latest technology to deliver a powerful, user-friendly .NET component that makes it easy to develop mapping applications in any of the .NET languages. In addition, ease of coding and intuitive, streamlined Interfaces help to make your spatial applications fast and easy.
Unlike legacy COM or ?NET compatible?products, Map Suite Web Edition is a true .NET component. Being one of the first .NET mapping control providers on the market, ThinkGeo LLC combines both experience and cutting-edge technology to bring powerful mapping components to the .NET development community.
Developing a compelling mapping and geospatial application for ASP.NET should not be difficult if you have the right tools, and Map Suite Web Edition provides all the tools you need. Further, Map Suite Web Edition cuts through all of the cryptic APIs and confusing terminology to deliver a user-friendly .NET component. Regardless of your GIS background, you can literally build a first-class mapping application in a matter of minutes.
1Install the evaluation & register the map control.
2Drag the map control on a new form.
3Enter a few lines of code & click play.
Map Suite Web Edition 2.0 is loaded with many new and exciting features that include some of the following: Dynamic Panning, Custom data plotting, Shapefile (.shp) data support, spatial and distance querying, SQL querying, custom rendering, direct map drawing, and a complete library of geographic and decimal degree functions.
Finally, to help you get started, Map Suite ships with a large set of sample applications in VB.NET and C#.
Map Suite Web Screenshots
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What's New in Map Suite Web 2.39.0
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Map Suite Web Requirements
No additional system requirements.