Category Archives: Virtual Earth

Virtual Earth Map Control now supports KML!!!

Databinding to KML has to be one of the top requested features I hear when I speak to people about VE.  The good news is that I can now tell people YES when they ask about it!!!  The VE team … Continue reading

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Entire US Public Sector Virtual Earth Road Show content now available

I just received the slide decks from the other presenters and published them all to my SkyDrive:   Keynote – Increasing Agency Capabilities: Enabling data access, visualization, analysis and insight with Microsoft Virtual Earth Speaker: Kevin Adler   Vexcel – … Continue reading

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My demo code & deck from the Virtual Earth Roadshow

Thanks to everyone who attended one of the VE Roadshow stops.  Just in case you don’t remember to where to get my deck and code, here is a direct link: As always, you can get to all of my … Continue reading

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Detailed explanation of what’s new in the v6 Virtual Earth Map Control

John O’Brien has put together the best walkthrough of what’s new in v6 that I have seen.  Check it out here.   Technorati Tags: Virtual Earth

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Virtual Earth Map Control v6 is available

Details here.  One of the things that may not be obvious is that the new control is backward compatible with v5.  If you have a built your solution on v5, then you can update your script reference to get all … Continue reading

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New Virtual Earth Resources added

I have added a few new links to my Virtual Earth Resources list from Hannes’s Virtual Earth Blog.  They are: Adding Custom Tile Layers to Virtual Earth Creating Dynamic Tile-Layer from Static Images Creating Dynamic Tile-Layer from OGC-compliant WMS How-To … Continue reading

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Questions from the Denver Virtual Earth Road Show

There were a handful of questions that came up for which I did not have exact answers.  Unfortunately, I feel like I have forgotten a few of them.  I should have written them down:(.  Please send me a message here … Continue reading

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