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  • Blog Post: New API Lets You Show Three Alternative Routes on Bing Maps

    A new API lets you show up to three alternative routes on Bing Maps . The new routing engine is called Customizable Route Planning. Also the team announced a brand new algorithm for computing driving-direction queries, include reduced latency and higher performance. Learn more at Bing Maps New Routing...
  • Blog Post: ISV Video: Avalara Maps Sales Taxes on Windows Azure

    Turns out that sales taxes are more difficult to calculate than it might seem. More than 15,000 taxable regions inside the US form a mosaic for sales tax calculation. Fire districts, state districts, special taxation districts, and state rules on items all play a part. Avalara put together a new product...
  • Blog Post: Bing AJAX map control V7 Released

    Performance: V7 is less than 1/3 the size of our v6.3 control. This helps V7 load faster than the previous control. V7 renders multiple points on a map up to 3 times faster than v6.3. This helps deliver more and faster information to users. T Performance is based on internal tests of compressed controls...
  • Blog Post: Windows 7 Boot Camp Videos Now Live

    Windows 7 Boot Camp pre-con event videos to Professional Developers Conference (PDC09) are now live. Yochay Kiriaty has posted links to the videos on the Windows 7 blog posting, The Windows 7 PDC Boot Camp Recordings Are Online . The videos include: Multi-core processing. Arun Kishan described his work...
  • Blog Post: Add Bing Maps Visualization To Your Applications

    You can add maps to your application for customers to visualize geographic and location-based information by combining online maps with your data. Virtual Earth has a new name, Bing Maps . But there is no change in the enduring values of useful functionality, global coverage, performance, reliability...
  • Blog Post: Map Your Data - Part 12

    Well, a lot has happened since my last post in this series... First and foremost, SQL Server 2008 has shipped! It's great to have our geospatial database in production now, and you can download the RTM trial bits from http://www.microsoft.com/sql , or get the full Developer Edition from http://msdn...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth in Silverlight with VIEWS

    I recently had the honor of participate in Incubation Week out in Silicon Valley. Leading up to the event we realized that at least two out of our six participants wanted to integrate Virtual Earth and Silverlight. I searched for guidance online but only turned up a few browser interop samples. I didn...
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