New article on Code Project: Data Visualisation with Virtual Earth ASP.NET Controls

It has taken a while, but I finally got around to putting another article up on Code Project. The article is based on a series of blog posts (Finding things with Virtual Earth, Using PushPins with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control, and Drawing lines on the map with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control) that I […]

Drawing lines on the map with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control

This uses the July 2008 CTP of the Windows Live tools. You can download the Windows Live Tools for Visual Studio. In this post, we’re taking a look at drawing lines on the map with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control. In the a previous post (Using PushPins with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control) I showed […]

Using a different map server with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET controls.

This uses the July 2008 CTP of the Windows Live tools. You can download the Windows Live Tools for Visual Studio. One of the interesting features of Virtual Earth is that it doesn’t have to use the maps provided by Microsoft. You can set it up to point to another tile server so that you […]

Using PushPins with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control

This uses the July 2008 CTP of the Windows Live tools. You can download the Windows Live Tools for Visual Studio. In this post, we’re taking a look at using pushpins with the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control. We have a page similar to the previous post, with a map control on it called VEMap. In […]

Finding things with Virtual Earth

This uses the July 2008 CTP of the Windows Live tools. You can download the Windows Live Tools for Visual Studio. This is a very introductory post just to show how to find things using the Virtual Earth ASP.NET control. First you need to add an assembly reference to the Virtual Earth control to your […]