The Virtual Earth Silverlight™ Map Control, enables a new level of performance without document object model (DOM) constraints. The release allows users to enhance their mapping and data visualization applications with powerful extensions, including high-fidelity video, animation, and vector graphics. The use of Silverlight also provides a development environment working with managed code, which allows for development, unit testing and debugging with Visual Studio 2008.
Integration with Detailed Virtual Earth Features
Seamless Development and Rich Toolkit
Rich, Interactive Silverlight Applications
To begin developing with Virtual Earth Silverlight Control CTP, visit Microsoft Connect: http://connect.microsoft.com/silverlightmapcontrolctp
I got the bits a while ago and have to say that I’m more than pleased ! Unfortunately back than they were still under NDA as we intended to disclose them at MIX so you can imagine my excitement that I’m finally allowed to share the goodness with you :-) (and that I can release a Silverlight version of Where is Daniel soon :-) if I find some time…)
what GPS Tracker are you using now or do you have some good recommendation?
PS: Would be nice to see Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control in "Where is Daniel".
I’m using a globalsat dg 100 (http://www.globalsat.com.tw/eng/product_detail_00000090.htm) but the most important thing is that the GPS device you’re using has a SiRF StarIII chipset.
And available it it ;-)
Have fun ;-)