Bing Maps .NET Spatial Data Services Toolkit Made Open Source

Earlier this year we released the Bing Maps .NET REST Toolkit as an open source project on Github. Since then we have seen had a lot of positive feedback from developers and are seeing over 200M requests made each month to the REST services with this toolkit. Today we would like to announce the release…

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Using US Census data with Bing Maps

While creating the code samples for the Bing Maps V8 web control, we wanted to make the samples more realistic and use real data. As such, many of the Bing Maps V8 interactive code samples use data from a number of sources such as earthquake data from the USGS, satellite imagery of hurricanes from NASA,…

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55 countries with Real Time Traffic in Bing Maps

The Bing Maps team is happy to announce the real-time traffic flow data is now available in 55 countries. Bing Maps uses traffic flow data in two ways. The first is to provide real-time and predictive route calculations. The second method is a traffic overlay of color coded roads on the map to indicate the…

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Bing Maps V8 July 2016 Update

It’s been just over a month ago since Bing Maps Version 8 (V8) was released, and today we are happy to announce the first of our regular updates to the main release branch of V8. For those not familiar with V8, it now has a new branching system which allows developers to access new features…

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Pushpin Clustering in Bing Maps V8

Last month we announced the preview release of the Bing Maps V8 Web control. This new HTML5 power map control brings a lot of performance improvements and many new features. Today we would like to highlight the new Clustering module. What is Pushpin Clustering? With the performance improvements in the V8 map control it may…

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