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Building a Webpart to Display a Virtual Earth Map

  • July 26, 2007
  • By Mark Strawmyer
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Figure 1 below shows what the end product looks like, based on the current data.



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Figure 1: Webpart Display with Map

Summary

This month's column covered how to build a webpart to display a map produced from Microsoft Virtual Earth. It used an HttpHandler to produce the RSS feed format to drive Virtual Earth. It can appear daunting at first, but hopefully, as you've seen, it is pretty straightforward when you break down the individual parts of the solution.

Future Columns

The topic of the next column is yet to be determined. If you have something in particular that you would like to see explained here, you could reach me at mstrawmyer@crowechizek.com.

About the Author

Mark Strawmyer, MCSD, MCSE, MCDBA is a Senior Architect of .NET applications for large and mid-size organizations. Mark is a technology leader with Crowe Chizek in Indianapolis, Indiana. He specializes in the architecture, design, and development of Microsoft-based solutions. Mark was honored to be named a Microsoft MVP for application development with C# for the fourth year in a row. You can reach Mark at mstrawmyer@crowechizek.com.





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