I have published three new articles at Mapping-Tools.com. These cover C# & Late Binding, and F#: MapPoint Programming: Calling MapPoint from C# with Late Binding MapPoint Programming: Functional Programming with MapPoint and F#, Part 1 MapPoint Programming: Functional Programming with MapPoint and F#, Part 2
The second F# article uses F# to classify pushpins according to their field data.
Eric has all three articles in his queue, so they
Microsoft announced the January 2009 Virtual Earth imagery release, which accounts for 37 terabytes of data. The imagery updates includes Bird’s Eye imagery for cities in France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Romania, Spain, Sweden and UK. The release also updates high resolution orthos imagery in Scotland, UK, Greece, Japan, Norway, Portugal and Spain as well as satellite imagery in multiple countries. For more details on the release, visit Virtual Earth Imagery Release.
is there a way i can track a stolen phone it cost alot and some one stole it the other day the number is 9376742236 if there is will some one track it and tell me where it is
John O'Brien has written a article "Twenty Ways to use the Virtual Earth Platform as a Developer": Twenty ways to use the Virtual Earth Platform as a developer
And a few minutes ago I published a How-To aticle on using Virtual Earth in a simple pushpin application using PHP and MySQL: Creating a Virtual Earth Map from MySQL
New article by Bob Beauchemin on MSDN --
"SQL Server 2008 offers a number of enhancements, including new data types, new T-SQL statements, and incremental changes to Microsoft .NET Framework support, XML support, and the Service Broker feature. By far, the biggest and most exciting change for developers is the SQL Server 2008 support for spatial data—a powerful addition to the SQL Server programmer's toolbox. In this column, I'm going to present a short overview of spatial data and
Updated 01-24-2009 at 05:49 AM by MapPoint & VE News (change title)