160+ Code Samples for Bing Maps V8 released on GitHub

160+ Code Samples for Bing Maps V8 released on GitHub

The Bing Maps team has been working hard on adding features and functionalities to the Bing Maps Version 8 web control (V8). With each feature the team creates they also create several code samples to thoroughly test it. Find these and many more samples on GitHub.
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SpeedLine Solutions: Increasing restaurant delivery performance

SpeedLine Solutions: Increasing restaurant delivery performance

SpeedLine Solutions, developer of restaurant point of sale and enterprise management software, uses Bing Maps to power their visual dispatch system SpeedLine LiveMaps. Delivery performance is tightly coupled with a restaurant’s profit margin, and SpeedLine LiveMaps utilizes capabilities such as real-time traffic data, routing and visual analytics to help their clients increase operational efficiency and profitability.
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Using US Census data with Bing Maps

While creating the code samples for the Bing Maps V8 web control, we wanted to make the samples more realistic and use real data. As such, many of the Bing Maps V8 interactive code samples use data from a number of sources such as earthquake data from the USGS, satellite imagery of hurricanes from NASA, weather radar data from Iowa State University, and 2010 US Census data from the US Census Bureau.
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55 countries with Real Time Traffic in Bing Maps

55 countries with Real Time Traffic in Bing Maps

The Bing Maps team is happy to announce the real-time traffic flow data is now available in 55 countries. Bing Maps uses traffic flow data in two ways. The first is to provide real-time and predictive route calculations. The second method is a traffic overlay of color coded roads on the map to indicate the real-time flow of traffic.
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New Imagery Released Covering All of Australia and India

New Imagery Released Covering All of Australia and India

We are pleased to announce the release of fresh imagery in Australia and India for Bing Maps. This latest imagery release includes 7,685,768 square kilometers in Australia, which covers the entire country with all of the major cities and areas outside of those cities. Also, the entire country of India is covered with the total square area of imagery being 3,119,733 square kilometers.
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