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  • Let the new era of mobile data collection begin! #touchgeo #HTML5 - MapDotNet Blog
    to fit any target device Client source code provided for a fully extensible solution Attribute editor supports numerous data types including CRM reference entities and option sets Dynamic form generation driven completely by configurable metadata Rich set of REST services for spatial and attribute data collection Fully customizable authentication framework allows for easy integration into your security processes Role based access support built in and configurable Incorporates PhoneGap for photo support and is PhoneGap Build ready for app creation Requires no programming out of the box and is configurable through MapDotNet UX Studio Easily configured to support Bing Maps OpenStreetMaps MapQuest Open or your own basemap data Did you catch that At iOS 6 now you can do everything through the Safari browser The Safari browser will even let you launch the camera This means no more side loading or app store publishing to use the camera on an iDevice What about Android Fortunately Google Chrome running on the latest Android build already supports launching the camera directly from the browser so no side loading there either In addition to the RTM announcement we re promoting our first customer the Harris County TX engineering department Here s what they have to say about touchgeo in the press release Harris County is proud to be the first touchgeo customer quotes Willard Puffer director of the Harris County Asset Management System CAMS CAMS is based on ISC s MapDotNet platform and the addition of the touchgeo component will enable our staff in the field to easily access and update information about our assets and services Using this solution we ll be able to capture detailed information and photographs about our infrastructure in order to update CAMS in real time The MapDotNet product team has spent the last eight months developing touchgeo It

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  • Recent blog posts - MapDotNet Blog - Page 13
    have added HTML5 to our list Posted by Benton Belcher on Tuesday 13 December 2011 in General Two months ago we blogged about the new HTML5 map control we were working on and today we re excited to announce that a Beta version is now available for download This drop of MapDotNet UX v 8 2 5 includes the map control an interactive SDK and lots of help documentation to get you started You can build your first HTML5 mapping app in 3 easy steps Download and install the 60 day trial of MapDotNet UX Note The source code for the interactive SDK and the JS libs for the control are located here C Program Files MapDotNet 8 2 HTML5 Visit the HTML5 map control interactive SDK to see samples of how to connect to your spatial data Note You need a HTML5 friendly browser cough not IE 9 or less Try using Safari for the iPad Chrome FireFox IE 10 Preview or the Google Chrome Frame for older versions of IE Get free support or provide feedback via the MapDotNet forums Here is the quick rundown of the Beta features Built on HTML5 Canvas the map control has an excellent frame rate and supports a wide range of devices and platforms Base map connectors for consumer map services like Bing Maps OpenStreetMap and MapQuest Or you can easily roll your own connector Inline SVG map objects fixed markers and scalable paths Support for server side rendering of your business data using MapDotNet UX REST Map Service Client side rendering using the new MapDotNet UX REST Feature Service Rich event support and GIS map stats e g extents projected scale ground scale Touch and gesture support flick and pinch zoom for mobile devices and tablets Follows a similar programming paradigm to our Silverlight WPF and WP7 control so MapDotNet developers can get up to speed quickly We d like to thank everyone for the strong interest in the new HTML5 map control Please leverage the forums to ask questions or provide product roadmap feedback If you feel that you need a higher level of support than the forums or would like to discuss our developer training services please email or call us We re eager to hear how everyone s evaluation is going and seeing some killer HTML5 apps in 2012 benton belcher at mapdotnet com Continue reading Hits 1628 0 Teknol Continues to Innovate Posted by Benton Belcher on Wednesday 07 December 2011 in General I ve blogged about these guys in the past but they continue to innovate with killer touch geospatial apps for the mining industry Check out these two videos that showcase their touch solutions based on MapDotNet UX and their new convertible display stand that can go from standing upright to a tabletop with the click of a button Sweet Video 1 http youtu be 0WfyTOoAcxE Video 2 http youtu be oWFifVJHIi0 You can learn more about their hardware and software offerings based on MapDotNet

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  • ISC announces touchgeo, an HTML5 mobile data collection solution - MapDotNet Blog
    announces touchgeo TM an HTML5 mobile data collection solution Touchgeo leverages ISC s MapDotNet UX technology and provides unparalleled support for field data collection on modern smartphones and tablets Specifically touchgeo supports the creation and editing of spatial features on a map and their supporting attributes How is it different from other offerings like ArcGIS for Mobile For starters you don t need any Esri technology to use touchgeo All you need is Microsoft SQL Server 2008 2012 or Azure and a modern tablet or smartphone iOS Android etc In addition to the SQL Server support touchgeo can be used to edit data in Microsoft Dynamics CRM Out of the box you can simply set up tables in SQL and configure them to be exposed to the touchgeo app That s it You can then start collecting spatial data The client is all HTML5 and completely open for developers to extend This means you can customize the app to do very specific line of business tasks or build an app to publish to the app stores Touchgeo is so much more than ArcGIS for Mobile but don t take our word for it check out this short video showing it in action http youtu be hdEgPUf4tqk Some of the exciting features include Integrates with Microsoft SQL2008 SQL2012 SQL Azure and Dynamics CRM Wide client platform support using HTML5 desktop tablet and smartphones Leverages Kendo Mobile UI and re formats application layout to fit any target device Client source code provided for a fully extensible solution Attribute editor supports numerous datatypes including CRM reference entities and option sets Dynamic form generation driven completely by configurable metadata Rich set of REST services for spatial and attribute data collection Fully customizable authentication framework allows for easy integration into your security processes Role based

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  • MapDotNet with KendoUI - MapDotNet Blog
    list of categories from this blog Tags Tags Displays a list of tags 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 MapDotNet with KendoUI Posted by Benton Belcher on Friday 13 July 2012 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1663 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Two days ago the guys at Telerik released the Q2 2012 version of their Kendo UI and mobile frameworks The MapDotNet UX developer team threw together a quick mash up showing how easy it is to integrate our RIM HTML5 map control with the latest release of their mobile platform Check it out here on a web kit enabled browser android or iOS phone or iPad http apps mapdotnet com HTML5 iSDK isc rim isdk htm 0 HTML5 Shape Intersection ISC announces touchgeo an HTML5 mobile data colle Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more posts from author Subscribe to updates from author Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer

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  • HTML5 Shape Intersection - MapDotNet Blog
    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 HTML5 Shape Intersection Posted by administrator on Thursday 05 July 2012 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1897 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Written by Matt Davis The MapDotNet product team recently added shape intersection support to the HTML5 Map Control SDK The shape intersection methods have been rebuilt from the ground up to deliver enhanced stability when working with shapes that have been created using snapping The method intersects geometry can be called on both isc rim geometry polygon and isc rim geometry polyline objects and returns true when the two shapes touch in any place The method overlaps geometry can be called only on isc rim geometry polygon objects and returns true when the two shapes overlap each other You can see a demonstration of these methods on our HTML5 iSDK here scroll to the latest sample entry polygon intersection 0 Release of MapDotNet UX 8 3 1 MapDotNet with KendoUI administrator administrator has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more

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  • Release of MapDotNet UX 8.3.1 - MapDotNet Blog
    list of categories from this blog Tags Tags Displays a list of tags 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 Release of MapDotNet UX 8 3 1 Posted by Benton Belcher on Monday 18 June 2012 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1385 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Version 8 3 1000 0 released 6 19 2012 MapDotNet UX Services Further additions and improvements to the REST services interface MapDotNet UX SDK Major improvements to HTML5 map control and interactive SDK including Density map renderer Support for distance and area measurements Snapping Client side bitmap tile processing Mobile geo location Fly to animation Mouse hover Improved touch support Resolved dispose issue with RIM WPF and Silverlight map control Minor fix to advanced shape editing in Silverlight 0 More HTML5 HTML5 Shape Intersection Benton Belcher Benton Belcher has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more posts from author Subscribe to updates from author Geospatial Framework MapDotNet is the leading 100 NET GIS server and developer

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  • More HTML5! - MapDotNet Blog
    Displays a list of tags 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 More HTML5 Posted by administrator on Friday 25 May 2012 in General Font size Larger Smaller Hits 1531 Subscribe to this entry Print Bookmark Given the excitement we are hearing from developers using our new HTML5 map control and SDK the MapDotNet UX dev team has released several new examples on our iSDK to help jump start app dev You can check out everything from basic measurement display during digitizing to showing off some of our new features like fly to animations mouse hover support and custom bitmap tile rendering Until we have a new drop of our MapDotNet UX installers please download the latest iSDK from our site There is a zip file here for your convenience 0 Kimley Horn Innovates with MapDotNet and MapQuest Release of MapDotNet UX 8 3 1 administrator administrator has not set their biography yet View author s profile Show more posts from author Subscribe to updates from author Geospatial Framework MapDotNet

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  • Recent blog posts - MapDotNet Blog - Page 14
    control We thought so Ready for a demo Working with our longtime MapDotNet customer the Broward County Sheriff s Office we ve built a simple HTML5 app that maps sex offenders and sexual predators in Broward County Note Since not all browsers support HTML5 yet this demo is best viewed in Chrome FireFox IE10 developer preview Windows 8 dev preview and on the iPad2 or Android tablets with Honeycomb Click here to view the demo For more information about the data in this app please visit http sheriff org sexualpredators Technical details and release timeline We will be making this preview available in our next MapDotNet UX release sometime in early November Of course you can grab the JavaScript from this online demo now if you can t wait Here are some of the highlights we think are differentiators Built on HTML5 Canvas excellent frame rates Being HTML5 supports a wide range of devices and platforms You choose your base map we provide connectors for bing maps OpenStreetMap and MapQuest You can create your own Inline SVG map objects fixed markers and scalable polys Support for server side rendering of your business data using MapDotNet UX Rich event support and GIS map stats extents projected scale ground scale Client side rendering using our new REST feature service Touch and gesture support flick and pinch zoom for mobile devices Follows a similar programming paradigm to our Silverlight WPF and WP7 control Free will be available as a jQuery plugin and does not require MapDotNet Interested in getting your hands on this control now If you re interested in getting a developer preview of the control please email us This email address is being protected from spambots You need JavaScript enabled to view it Continue reading Hits 2607 0 Short Survey for Geospatial App Developers Posted by administrator on Wednesday 12 October 2011 in General Are you an application developer that builds line of business geospatial applications for your company or agency If so please take a second to do our quick survey We ll share the results plus some other exciting news within the next few weeks Continue reading Hits 1321 0 Killer WPF apps Posted by administrator on Thursday 22 September 2011 in General Over the past few years we ve been amazed at the types of data visualization apps that companies have built with the MapDotNet UX WPF map control Here are few videos we ve discovered on YouTube leveraging the MapDotNet UX WPF control in an OEM scenario Intelligent Traffic Systems Centracs by Econolite http youtu be 0l9tn ydZgo Large Scale Mining and Quarry Operations Edge by Teknol http youtu be IS6ilF5zJfg Local Government Asset Management Muse by Citégestion http youtu be 5VjA18aADw4 Consumer Products Glo Bible by Immersion Digital http youtu be u402uiZM68s The MapDotNet UX WPF map control is also being used in other scenarios like in vehicle routing gas and transmission line asset management and even aerial drone ground control for the military Not only

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