Tag Archives: Windows Store

Retrieving Boundaries from the Bing Spatial Data Services (Preview)

The Bing Spatial Data Services (SDS) allow you to submit large amounts of addresses for batch-geocoding as well as GPS-coordinates for reverse geocoding. You can download the results or keep them in our data centers and retrieve your points of interest (POI) … Continue reading

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Traffic Notifications with Bing Maps & Windows Azure Mobile Services

Windows Azure Mobile Services is a great set of services which provide a cloud backend for your mobile applications. It provides native SDKs for Windows Store apps, Windows Phone, iOS and Android as well as HTML5. Those SDKs support amongst … Continue reading

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How to Load Spatial Data from SQLite in a Windows Store App

Sometimes it can be helpful to hold geospatial data locally and to distribute it with the application. In this example, we will use SQLite to store geospatial information and visualize it as a layer in the Bing Maps Control for … Continue reading

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Automating the Windows Map App

Windows allows a Windows Store application to register as the default handler for a certain URI schema. This process is called Protocol Activation and it can be leveraged in the WinRT as well as the WinJS framework. The Windows Map … Continue reading

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