In this article, you will get an overview of Pitney Bowes MapXtreme .Net Architecture which allows developers to create custom mapping applications that require both high-quality digital maps, and controls and instructions to manipulate those maps. It enables developers to incorporate and display many types of data onto maps and to easily add a variety of controls, themes, graphs, and other features that enable users to more effectively analyze location-based information.
MapXtreme .Net Architecture
- MapXtreme 2008 is a desktop application development tool kit (SDK) that enables you to build Desktop and Web applications using Visual Studio.
- The business logic you create can be in any supported .Net programming language (i.e. C#, VB, Cobol, etc.)
- Core MapXtreme business logic is independent of the presentation layer (i.e. Desktop or Web); the same code can be used to present the results in either a Desktop or Web application.
- 100% .Net Object Model.
- Support for WinForms and WPF integration.
- Support for spatial data access in familiar ADO.Net.
MapXtreme .Net Developer Guide
This will provide you documentation of the MapXtreme Components, controls, and helps developers to create custom mapping applications that require both high-quality digital maps, and controls and instructions to manipulate those maps.
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