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Map Suite Supports Real Time Traffic

Map Suite now allows developers to add real time traffic support to their GIS app. A new sample has been created which shows how to quickly take advantage of this new feature. It is supported in the core which means it can be used across the main ThinkGeo products such as Map Suite Web, WebAPI, MVC, Winforms, and WPF Editions.

In order to use this feature developers must have a developer account with HERE. A 90-day free trial is available. Continue reading

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Cluster Layer with ZedGraph

Do you have data that you would like to represent as a pie chart on a map? You can now use the latest Cluster Feature Layer sample to symbolize your column data as a pie chart. This allows the map reader to compare different sets of data visually. Additionally, charts are a great way to take your information and make it more understandable.

Take advantage of the various Map Suite APIs to create custom maps based on your specific requirement. Download code samples directly from GitHub to start creating your mapping applications. Continue reading

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Using Legends in Map Suite

To help the reader better interpret maps, developers should consider adding legends to their GIS apps. The AdornmentLayer APIs in Map Suite helps developers enhance their maps with legends, titles, directional arrows, logos, scale bars and other elements which helps the reader better understand the message the map is trying to convey. Adornments are in a fixed position, regardless of panning and can be added to your digital map or carried over to the print map. Map Suiteā€™s extensibility also allows developers to extend the AdornmentLayer to create custom adornments if necessary. Continue reading

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Map Suite 10.0 is Here!

This is another major milestone which includes a number of new features, including cross-platform support for Windows, Linux and MacOS, ability to run Map Suite without an installer, access all samples via GitHub, simplified licensing process, stability improvements and more.

The installation process and version maintenance is now easier, all Map Suite products and dependencies have been re-packaged to NuGet packages. Developers can choose to either install references locally, manage through NuGet manager with Visual Studio or setup a local NuGet server for your team. Continue reading

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Getting Started with Map Suite Desktop 10.0

The 10.0 release is getting closer and closer! We are putting together the final touches, working on documentation, and other useful resources. Here is a quick look at the new Map Suite Desktop for WinForms wiki page. As you can see it includes the usual help guides, but you will notice new guides for Linux deployment and licensing. In addition new help videos have been put together to help you get started quickly. Familiarize yourself with the new release and be ready once it becomes available. Continue reading

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