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  • Russell de Grove - MapDotNet Blog
    running in a browser bingRequestor UseSSL false if bingRequestor UseSSL OSM does not seem to support SSL showOpenStreetMap Visibility System Windows Visibility Collapsed Continue reading Hits 1604 0 MapDotNet is Dedicated to International Support Posted by Russell de Grove on Wednesday 17 August 2011 in General MapDotNet UX is in use not only in the USA where we are based but all over the world Recently we have worked with clients in Poland Turkey and France to successfully resolve issues related to localization in a timely manner Some of this has led to improvements in localization support in our latest MapDotNet release We greatly appreciate the support of our clients in identifying these issues and helping us to resolve them We encourage MapDotNet users outside the USA to report any problems they encounter with localization MapDotNet is intended to work globally and it should not be necessary to specify any particular location language format number format or database collation Some specifications such as Well Known Text require specific number formatting and MapDotNet should handle this internally when reading or writing data in these formats Your own data fields when retrieved through our query connector should be formatted as expected for the location set for the machine the web services are running on Please report any difficulties on our forum and we will happily work with you to resolve them Continue reading Hits 1522 0 New Features in MapDotNet Studio Posted by Russell de Grove on Thursday 24 March 2011 in General The latest release of MapDotNet UX includes two exciting new features in MapDotNet Studio 1 In Studio s Layer builder all columns except geometry may now use aliased SQL expressions rather than column names This feature is only available for data sources that support such expressions such as SQL Server 2008 Expressions may also be set for these columns in code Such expressions must be aliased using the AS keyword Note that the MapDotNet UX web services instance the map is on must also be upgraded to version 8 1 4000 2 In the data transfer dialog database data targets now support table Append and Update operations as well as the longstanding ability to create tables Append adds additional data to an existing table Selecting a table will also select the correct SRS if Studio can detect it Update requires selection of both a table and a unique identifier If a database update using the unique ID finds no rows the row is inserted with all values including the ID For this reason the column should not be auto generated and Studio will omit columns such as SQL Server identity columns from the list of available columns Note that Studio cannot detect which columns actually hold unique values All operations now support the option to rollback the current block and abort processing when a row error is detected On an update multiple rows in the database being updated by a single key value will raise a MapDotNet row error

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/blogger/listings/russell (2016-04-26)
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  • MapDotNet - MapDotNet
    REST API Documentation Downloads Contact User Name Password Remember me Log in Forgot your password Forgot your username Don t have an account Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer tools Included in the framework are WPF Silverlight and HTML5 map controls as well as JavaScript XAML and C code samples The Microsoft Stack Our latest version 9 offers robust support for Microsoft technologies including

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/component/users/ (2016-04-26)
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  • MapsJS with Knockout JS - MapDotNet Blog
    Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 2266 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that describes how the tile layer is rendered at the requestor source Knockout observables on the map and layer options are only supported if the map is instantiated through data bind You cannot use the standard widget instantiation with ko observables Go to www mapsjs com and download the latest to try out this new capability 0 Tagged in JavaScript knockout mapping mapsJS MVVM Ontario Swine Health Advisory Board Selects MapDot MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM Selected as a Premier O Related Posts Kimley Horn Associates Selects Touchgeo for Sidewalk ADA Compliance Data Collection Project Uncategorized Jul 17 Announcing Native Support for Durandal in MapsJS Uncategorized Aug 14 Spatial Database Synchronization Utility for Dynamics CRM Uncategorized Sep 26 EasyTerritory com Adds Florida

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/mapsjs-with-knockout-js (2016-04-26)
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  • JavaScript - MapDotNet Blog
    Password Remember me Login Blog posts tagged in JavaScript MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that describes how the tile layer is rendered at the requestor source Knockout observables on the map and layer options are only supported if the map is instantiated through data bind You cannot

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/tags/tag/javascript (2016-04-26)
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  • knockout - MapDotNet Blog
    Password Remember me Login Blog posts tagged in knockout MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that describes how the tile layer is rendered at the requestor source Knockout observables on the map and layer options are only supported if the map is instantiated through data bind You cannot

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/tags/tag/knockout (2016-04-26)
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  • mapping - MapDotNet Blog
    Password Remember me Login Blog posts tagged in mapping MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that describes how the tile layer is rendered at the requestor source Knockout observables on the map and layer options are only supported if the map is instantiated through data bind You cannot

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/tags/tag/mapping (2016-04-26)
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  • MVVM - MapDotNet Blog
    Password Remember me Login Blog posts tagged in MVVM MapsJS with Knockout JS Posted by Brian Hearn on Wednesday 03 July 2013 in Uncategorized The mapsJS team released a new example showing support for knockout JS MapsJS detects knockout and adds a custom binding This adornment pattern keeps the knockout overhead out of mapsJS unless it is detected In order to use ko observables the map s containing element only needs a custom rimMap data bind attribute div id myMap data bind rimMap options div The options object uses the same format as the mapsJS widget options However the mapCenter and zoomLevel properties can also be ko observables The layers property is a collection of isc rim tile layerOptions and defines which tile layers are composed in the map from the bottom up An instance of layerOptions also supports ko observables for visible whether or not the tile layer is displayed opacity the opacity from 0 0 to 1 0 of the tile layer descriptor an object that describes how the tile layer is rendered at the requestor source Knockout observables on the map and layer options are only supported if the map is instantiated through data bind You cannot

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/tags/tag/mvvm (2016-04-26)
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  • Show geojson Earthquakes on mapsJS Map - MapDotNet Blog
    that have been used in the blog Bloggers Bloggers Search for your favorite blogger from this site Team Blogs Team Blogs Find your favorite team blogs here Search Login Username Register Password Forgot Password Remember me Login Show geojson Earthquakes on mapsJS Map Posted by Brian Hearn on Monday 03 June 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1433 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark There is a new example at mapsJS com showing how to consume geojson from sources like earthquake usgs gov and renderer the results client side In this case it is all of the recorded earthquakes for the past 24 hours on top of Bing aerials The demo loads the geojson into a local knockout js observable which is bound to the map The custom renderer uses a point clusterer and some HTML5 canvas drawing Visit the page and view the source JavaScript to see how simple this is to write in mapsJS 0 New additions to the HTML5 map control in the late VIDEO 1 Introduction to MapDotNet for Dynamics CR Brian Hearn Brian Hearn has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more posts from author Subscribe to updates from

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/show-geojson-earthquakes-on-mapsjs-map (2016-04-26)
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