Johannes works as a Program Manager at Microsoft focussing on geospatial technoloies. He is based in Redmond, WA.
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Category Archives: AJAX
In a previous blog post we had a lap around the new support for Custom Geospatial Data in the Bing Spatial Data Services (SDS). This time around we will build upon that tutorial and extend the app so that we … Continue reading
The Bing Spatial Data Services (SDS) have always supported the management and retrieval of your points of interest (POI). You can upload text or XML-files with addresses or GPS-locations and batch-geocode or reverse geocode them, you can store them in the … Continue reading
Bing Maps provides a variety of APIs and controls. One of which is the Bing Maps AJAX Control that was originally designed to provide interactive maps for the web but meanwhile also powers the WinJS control in the Bing Maps … Continue reading
Introduction In May several Updates have been released to the Bing Maps AJAX Control v7 which Keith Kinnan has summarized here. Possibly the most significant one is the ability to dynamically load additional modules. When the Bing Maps AJAX Control had … Continue reading
Introduction Recently I had the honour to support our friends and colleagues in Japan in the development of a service that shows the status of roads following the tragic earthquake and the even more disastrous tsunami. Setting up this service … Continue reading
After a quick overview on the new features in the Bing Maps AJAX Control v7 as well as a look at loading the map and displaying localized labels we are now moving on to the various options to add your … Continue reading
In a previous blog post I had introduced some of the new features in the Bing Maps AJAX Control version 7. I had mentioned that we are very excited about this new version but also that it is a complete redesign … Continue reading