Since it’s original outbreak late last year; originating in Wuhan, China; the novel Coronavirus has escalated into a “public health emergency” as stated by the WHO (World Health Organization). Mapping epidemics and adding visual details can help greatly in understanding and locating the spread and epicenters of viruses like COVID-19. Our team used ThinkGeo Vector Maps and styling combined with WHO and CNO based data to generate our Live Map which you can use for daily Coronavirus updates. Continue reading
Are you using the ThinkGeo UI OpenStreetMapLayer in your application and experiencing problems with map tiles not loading? This may be due to recent changes on OpenStreetMap’s side in which they are more strictly enforcing their Tile Usage Policy. This policy requires (among other things) that any application consuming tiles from OpenStreetMap’s servers must identify itself with a valid HTTP User-Agent. By default, ThinkGeo’s OpenStreetMapLayer does not specify a User-Agent, but you can (and should) set one yourself.
No matter which edition of ThinkGeo UI you are using, you can specify your own User-Agent on each tile request by handling the OpenStreetMapLayer’s
SendingWebRequest event. Continue reading
Whether its fleet management, emergency services or simply wanting to avoid traffic on the drive home routing plays a huge part
in our business and personal adventures. ThinkGeo’s Routing extension is simple to use and highly effective. Some key features include
- Turn by Turn Direction to help you find the fastest and shortest routes
- The ability to generate a Service Area to manage multiple points and routing to and from these points
- Avoiding specific areas on your route to maximize efficiency
Take a closer look at the following IOS and Android Github samples to get a preview of what our Routing extension has to offer on the Mobile Platform and if it gives you any project ideas let us know; we’d be happy to work with you and be part of your vision. Continue reading
We’ve rolled out an update to the ThinkGeo website that makes it easier for developers to access information related to Map Suite. Here are the improvements we made:
• It’s simpler to access samples and demos. Each product page is now broken out for quick access demos and samples to quickly get started with Map Suite.
• It’s easier to search. Use the new search feature to find samples, community posts, and more.
We hope the updated website allows you to quickly find information on ThinkGeo and Map Suite. Continue reading