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  • Blog Post: Bing Maps Silverlight Control final and ready to download

    I’m happy to report that the Bing Maps team shipped the final Bing Maps Silverlight Control with their Wave 14 update. Finally, no more screwing around with JavaScript but developing in in nice, good ol’ VB.NET or C# :-) Btw, we updated Bing Maps as well which is especially sweet as the responsiveness...
  • Blog Post: Virtual Earth Silverlight Map Control CTP available :-)

    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...
  • Blog Post: How to improve the hit rate when using Virtual Earth Platform Customer Services to geocode addresses

    As you might know I wrote an article about Geocoding or How to transform a list of addresses into Latitude/Longitude values and display them on a map (including source code) a couple of month ago. The source code includes an Access database which holds the data to be converted. This database is later...
  • Blog Post: Downloadable Virtual Earth Code Samples

    Marc Schweigert just updated his Virtual Earth (VE) map control demos. Marc basically redid all the samples from the Virtual Earth Interactive SDK in a Visual Studio solution.   You can find all the information on his blog at http://blogs.msdn.com/devkeydet/archive/2008/05/01/updated-virtual-earth...
  • Blog Post: Integrating Virtual Earth with the SQL Server 2008 Spatial Data Types

    Some links which might be interesting ;-) Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008 - Part 1: Introduction (1/2) Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008 - Part 1: Introduction (2/2) Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008 - Part 2: Spatial Data Management in SQL Server 2008 (1/3) Virtual Earth & SQL Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: Some Virtual Earth Resources…

    Just some random Virtual Earth resources as I sometimes get asked for. DevCenter and SDK Virtual Earth DevCenter Virtual Earth Interactive SDK Virtual Earth SDK   Collection of Virtual Earth Resources   Virtual Earth Platform API Terms of Use Blogs Virtual Earth / Live Maps blog Virtual Earth...
  • Blog Post: New Release of "Virtual Earth JavaScript Intellisense Helper" available for download

    Marc Schweigert just announced a new version of the Virtual Earth JavaScript Intellisense Helper . You can find the details on his blog . Get it now! Daniel
  • Blog Post: New features for www.whereisdaniel.net

    Well, it took me a while but I finally implemented some neat features for www.whereisdaniel.net :-) (@ least in my opinion). I intended www.whereisdaniel.net to be more flexible and ended up implementing query parameters to adjust the appearance of the page. At present the following query parameters...
  • Blog Post: Will Virtual Earth 3D be the next first-person shooter?

    Woooah!! This is freaking sweet! Check out the latest version of the Virtual Earth API we released today. It seems, Virtual Earth is going to be the next first-person shooter ;-) The trees in the picture below are real 3D models. Unfortunately we screwed up again! They don’t move in the wind ;...
  • Blog Post: Did you miss MIX08? Watch the keynotes live!

    Alright! Fair enough! This is too late for the first keynote from Ray Ozzie, Scott Guthrie, Dean Hachamovitch. Fortunately though you can watch this keynote online :-) So, here are the keynote links: Wednesday, March 5 •    9:30 am (GTM -08:00), Keynote : Ray Ozzie, Scott Guthrie...
  • Blog Post: JavaScript Intellisense for the Virtual Earth Map Control

    Whooow!!! This is freaking sweet! Did you ever wish for JavaScript Intellisense support when working with the Virtual Earth Map Control in Visual Studio 2008? Marc Schweigert set up a tiny CodePlex project named the Virtual Earth JavaScript Intellisense Helper which enables exactly this. In order for...
  • Blog Post: Folien und Demos zu meinen Vorträgen auf dem Microsoft Launch 2008 und der BASTA! Spring 2008

    Servus! Anbei die Folien und Demos zu meinen Vorträgen auf dem Microsoft Launch 2008 SQL Server 2008 - Was ist neu für Entwickler Folien (1,66MB) Demos (4,39KB) Best Practices für die Entwicklung hochperformanter AJAX-Anwendungen Folien (1,73MB) Beyond Relational - Geoinformationen und...
  • Blog Post: Geocoding or How to transform a list of addresses into Latitude/Longitude values and display them on a map? Sourcecode included!

    Since I did http://www.woistdaniel.de/ and occasionally talk about Virtual Earth I almost always get asked the same question. Someone has a list of companies/stores/medics/pharmacies/clubs/museums/”u name it” with the address consisting of the street, zip code and the city, wants to display those items...
  • Blog Post: How to develop Microsoft Virtual Earth applications in managed code like C# instead of JavaScript

    Volta , a Live Labs technology preview launched last week, includes bindings for Virtual Earth. The VoltaVirtualEarth library allows developers using Volta to build Virtual Earth applications for the browser, in managed code. This translates into static type checking, IntelliSense, integrated debugging...
  • Blog Post: Endlich ein Flug mit Warteschleife :-)

    Ok, dass ich soetwas mal schreiben würde hätte ich nicht gedacht! Seit ich meinen neuen GPS Empfänger ( DG-100 GPS Data Logger ) habe, der auch im Flugzeug funktioniert, wollte ich schon immer wissen, wie ein Landeanflug mit Warteschleife aussieht :-) Heute war es dann soweit und hier ist das Ergebnis...
  • Blog Post: www.woistdaniel.de mit flickr Integration :-)

    Arrrgs… Seit ein paar Tagen habe ich meine Bilder auf flickr in www.woistdaniel.de integriert und komme nicht dazu, darüber zu schreiben. Naja, genug gejammert :-) Bin noch nicht wirklich zufrieden (muss noch deutlich hübscher werden) aber es soll ja auch Raum für eine v0.3 geben ;-) In diesem Sinne...
  • Blog Post: www.woistdaniel.de ist online :-)

    Die Idee für http://www.woistdaniel.de/ kam mir als ich auf der STC 2007 einen Vortrag über MashUps (MashUps sind Webanwendungen die Inhalte verschiedenster Quellen auf einer Webseite anzeigen.) halten sollte. Für meinen Vortrag erstellte ich eine Webanwendung die (1) meine Bewegungsabläufe in einem...
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