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  • Embedding a MapsJS Map on a Dynamics CRM Form as a Web Resource - MapDotNet Blog
    Belcher on Friday 09 August 2013 in Uncategorized Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1975 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark MapsJS is an HTML5 JavaScript map control library developed by the MapDotNet team here at ISC MapsJS can be used to build all types of complex geospatial solutions and it supports touch so it works great on mobile devices and tablets The best part is it s completely free In the past few months we ve encountered a number of customers wanting to embed our map controls in CRM Last week I posted a blog about adding a Silverlight xap as a web resource This week s blog is about adding an HTML page with a MapsJS control on it and the supporting js files Step 1 shows the syntax for referencing the js files in the HTML followed by instructions for creating a Web Resource in Dynamics CRM Online Note a little different approach is needed for doing with an on premises version with multiple orgs http social microsoft com Forums en US 03bb6059 5b0d 472b ada6 1d5c8c55d5f8 i want to use a html webresource to create records for a entity Reference your js files using this approach where new is the solution provider prefix script type text javascript src new Scripts jquery1 10 2 min js script script type text javascript src new Scripts isc rim js script Add Web Resources for isc rim js and jquery1 10 2 min js Note the naming convention Create the Web Resource for your HTML file Note you must do a Upload File to make modifications Opening the HTML in the Text Editor will hose the HTML and strip the script references Add the web resource to your page Note I haven t uploaded the zoom in out icons but you

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/embedding-a-mapsjs-map-on-a-dynamics-crm-form-as-a-web-resource (2016-04-26)
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  • Mashing Up Old School Cartography with New School MapsJS and KnockoutJS - MapDotNet Blog
    added support to our MapsJS map control project to support KnockoutJS for data binding I wanted to put the new functionality to the test by creating a simple mash up there s a term I haven t used in a while of a historic map of our awesome town Tallahassee Within a few hours I created a simple and effective map that overlays the old map on top of Bing Maps aerials using the MapsJS control The coolest feature about this app is that you can toggle the opacity slider to see how things look today compared to 87 years ago http apps mapdotnet com Tally1926 app htm Here s how I did it I located a high res digital copy of an antique map c 1926 of Tallahassee by cartographer James Wynne in the Library of Congress Archive Next I located another antique called MapCruncher to rotate stretch and scale the historic non georeferenced map to align with the Bing Maps aerials After setting about 20 control points in MapCruncher I exported a tile cache of the historic map and ran this utility to place the tiles in a quad tree file structure Once I had the historic map crunched and tiled I downloaded the KnockoutJS sample on the MapsJS example page and was able to quickly wire up the bindings for an HTML5 range slider control to adjust the opacity of the historic map and my zoom icons for navigation One trick I had to do was rotate the map control 180 degrees The historic map was drawn looking North to South so it appeared upside down on top of Bing Maps which will give you a headache to read To fix that I added some additional css to rotate the map control which rotated the historic map

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/mashing-up-old-school-cartography-with-new-school-mapsjs-and-knockoutjs (2016-04-26)
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  • MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM Selected as a Premier Offering on the New Dynamics CRM App Store - MapDotNet Blog
    managed solutions that extend Dynamics CRM With a few easy steps a CRM administrator can easily install configure and start using MapDotNet to do advanced spatial operations and data editing on a map within Dynamics check out this short YouTube video to see the features in action When a user installs the MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM managed solution from the App Store they get the following Bulk Geocoding Plugin Geocode existing CRM records or call this library any time from a workflow process Spatial Data Editor Plugin Digitize spatial features directly for an entity record with a web resource map embedded on the form HTML5 Mobile Data Collection Ap p Use this app out of the box to view and edit spatial data generated in CRM The source for this application can easily be extended to do complex tasks like territory carving This app works great on iOS Android Windows 8 and Windows 8 Phone Business Intelligence App Bring everything together in a single view to perform ad hoc analysis and queries on a highly interactive map Source code is also available for this application but it already does so many cool things like hotspots drawing ad hoc spatial queries auto complete search map sharing and printing The MapDotNet team is also distributing a VHD with MapDotNet UX REST Services Touchgeo HTML5 App and MapsJS HTML5 framework installed and pre configured Following our step by step set up documentation you can easily create a virtual machine in Windows Azure or in your own virtual environment If your organization has the need for geospatial within your current CRM deployment you can go directly to http crm appstore com products MapDotNetForDynamicsCRM to get started Or you can contact me at benton belcher at goisc com for a full demo 0 Tagged in

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/mapdotnet-for-dynamics-crm-selected-as-a-premier-offering-on-the-new-dynamics-crm-app-store (2016-04-26)
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  • Add-ons - MapDotNet Blog
    Store Posted by Benton Belcher on Wednesday 10 July 2013 in Uncategorized MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM was one of four partner solutions chosen by Microsoft for the launch of the new Dynamics CRM App Store The CRM App Store is a place for Dynamics CRM customers to find managed solutions that extend Dynamics CRM With a few easy steps a CRM administrator can easily install configure and start using MapDotNet to do advanced spatial operations and data editing on a map within Dynamics check out this short YouTube video to see the features in action When a user installs the MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM managed solution from the App Store they get the following Bulk Geocoding Plugin Geocode existing CRM records or call this library any time from a workflow process Spatial Data Editor Plugin Digitize spatial features directly for an entity record with a web resource map embedded on the form HTML5 Mobile Data Collection Ap p Use this app out of the box to view and edit spatial data generated in CRM The source for this application can easily be extended to do complex tasks like territory carving This app works great on iOS Android Windows 8 and Windows 8 Phone Business Intelligence App Bring everything together in a single view to perform ad hoc analysis and queries on a highly interactive map Source code is also available for this application but it already does so many cool things like hotspots drawing ad hoc spatial queries auto complete search map sharing and printing The MapDotNet team is also distributing a VHD with MapDotNet UX REST Services Touchgeo HTML5 App and MapsJS HTML5 framework installed and pre configured Following our step by step set up documentation you can easily create a virtual machine in Windows Azure or in your

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/tags/tag/add-ons (2016-04-26)
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  • VIDEO 1: Introduction to MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM - MapDotNet Blog
    2011 or Online At the request of the CRM Public Sector Solutions Group at Microsoft our team has created a managed solution for CRM that installs all of the MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM components and a Windows Azure Virtual Machine with all of the MapDotNet UX Server components installed and preconfigured Leading up to several big announcements later this month about the availability of this product we re producing a series of videos to showcase the features and functionality of MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM This first video is a brief introduction to the four main components of MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM and a look at how several customers are already using the technology Bulk Geocoding Plugin Geocode existing CRM records or call this library any time from a workflow process Spatial Data Editor Plugin Digitize spatial features directly for an entity record with a web resource map embedded on the form HTML5 Mobile Data Collection App Use this app out of the box to view and edit spatial data generated in CRM The source for this application can easily be extended to do complex tasks like territory carving This app works great on iOS Android Windows 8 and Windows 8 Phone Business Intelligence App Bring everything together in a single view to perform ad hoc analysis and queries on a highly interactive map Source code is also available for this application but it already does so many cool things like hotspots drawing ad hoc spatial queries auto complete search map sharing and printing Check out this short video showcasing MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM in action http youtu be QF9 amiyru4 If you re interested in knowing more about MapDotNet for Dynamics CRM please shoot me an email at benton belcher at mapdotnet com 0 Tagged in Dynamics CRM 2011 HTML5

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/video-1-introduction-to-mapdotnet-for-dynamics-crm (2016-04-26)
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  • New release of the touchgeo HTML5 mobile data collection app now available! - MapDotNet Blog
    ton of improvements to the touchgeo app in the past few months and today we re excited to release version 1 3 1 If you re not familiar with touchgeo it is an HTML5 application and REST services that supports mobile data collection of spatial information and supporting attributes on a smartphone or tablet In addition to common data types you d expect on an input form the application also support uploads of multiple photos Touchgeo supports Microsoft SQL Server 2008 2012 Azure and Dynamics CRM 2011 as data sources This short video is a great introduction to touchgeo s capabilities http youtu be hdEgPUf4tqk This new drop includes updates new features several bug fixes and support on Windows 8 Updates Support for MapDotNet UX 9 0 for net 4 5 Support for Kendo UI Q1 2013 Release Support for jQuery 1 9 1 Supported browsers OSs iOS Safari and native using PhoneGap Android with Chrome Chrome on Windows IE 6 7 8 with Chrome Frame Windows 8 IE 10 Modern mode and desktop Windows 8 Phone IE 10 New features Photo resampling to minimize photo size before posting to server Browser check code to determine browser before loading the application Phone number data type for launching a device s phone to make a call Hyperlink data type that open a link in the device s browser or a new tab Additional datetime data type that now support date and a time You can download a 60 day trial of touchgeo by registering www mapdotnet com 0 Tagged in Dynamics CRM 2011 HTML5 SQL Server 2012 touchgeo RIM HTML5 Map Control Binding to Local Data using New additions to the HTML5 map control in the late Related Posts Spatial Database Synchronization Utility for Dynamics CRM Uncategorized Sep 26 Introducing Open

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/new-release-of-the-touchgeo-html5-mobile-data-collection-app-now-available (2016-04-26)
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  • New nationwide parcel app, ParcelAtlasLITE, is built with touchgeo - MapDotNet Blog
    Password Remember me Login New nationwide parcel app ParcelAtlasLITE is built with touchgeo Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 08 March 2013 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 2162 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark The guys at Boundary Solutions Inc BSI out of San Francisco just released a slick HTML5 app for previewing property parcels across the US ParcelAtlasLITE is built with touchgeo and MapDotNet UX This app can be viewed on iOS directly in the Safari browser in Chrome on newer Android devices and on the desktop using Google Chrome Check it out here http www parcelatlas com HTML5App index html map ParcelAtlasLITE supports a phone s GPS and with a button tap you can position the map to your current location and explore parcels around you Currently when you click on the parcel you can get the USPS compliant situs address BSI will soon offer a pro version of this HTML5 app that displays US Postal Service Compliant Situs Address Owner Information Name and Address Land Improvement Total Valuation Deed Type Use Code Year Built Floor Area Lot Area Construction Type Unit Count Last Sale Amount and Date Number of Stories Nice work BSI 0 HTML5

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/new-nationwide-parcel-app-parcelatlaslite-is-built-with-touchgeo (2016-04-26)
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  • HTML5 RIM JavaScript SDK Interim Builds - MapDotNet Blog
    a significant number of interim builds of the HTML5 RIM JavaScript API to our iSDK You can visit the iSDK and download the latest isc rim js and open the file in a text editor to see the latest version number at the top This version number is bumped on every drop You can download the JavaScript easily by opening one of the samples in Chrome then hit F12 to open the developer tools then go to Sources and right click on isc rim js to save it You can do the same for the required jQuery files or visit jQuery get them there Since our last installer release the following changes have been incorporated into the HTML5 RIM JavaScript SDK Added function setDrawnContentZorderToTop to the map control to allow moving the drawing context above the map navigation panel so you can handle pointer events on drawn elements see the new iSDK sample demonstrating this Added support for Nokia base maps Added a contains function to geometry polygons Added a setLAyerFillAsExpression function to the MapDotNet UX tile requestor Added moveFixedContentElement to the map control Added setSuspendMapExtentChangesByGestures to the map control to freeze the map by prohibiting pointer input from users Added updatePathGeometryStyle to update the style a a path geometry added to the map via addPathGeometry Added deleteNodeOnDigitizePath to the map control to allow programmatic deletion of nodes during digitization Added the new options style of declaration for the entire framework see the basic map in the iSDK for this new declaration style Added several new samples to the iSDK Added support for max available content zoom level for tile requestors and the ability to zoom beyond the content s max level by stretching content Added getCacheEnabled and setCacheEnabled on requestors Updated the framework to the latest jQuery and jQuery

    Original URL path: http://www.mapdotnet.com/index.php/developers-center/easyblog/entry/html5-rim-javascript-sdk-interim-builds (2016-04-26)
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