Meet the Bing Maps Team at the AGI GeoCommunity ‘10

The Association for Geographic Information (AGI) will hold its annual conference – AGI GeoCommunity ’10 – in Stratford-upon-Avon on September 28th to 30th 2010. Bing Maps is one of the sponsors and several members of the team will be present throughout the conference. If you plan to visit the AGI GeoCommunity pop in and visit us at our booth or attend our session on “Mapping in the Cloud”. I will be talking about...
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Bing Maps for WordPress – Take 2

A while ago Chris Pendleton had blogged about Bing Maps for WordPress. In his post he described a plugin that was developed by Rich Gubby using the Bing Maps AJAX Control.  Just yesterday I discovered now another Bing Maps plugin for WordPress. This one is using the Bing Maps Silverlight Control and was developed by Regart.net. You can download the plugin directly from the WordPress Plugin Directory. Once you have installed and activated the...
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Batch Geocoding and Batch Reverse-Geocoding with Bing Maps

Introduction Geocoding and reverse geocoding are services that Bing Maps provides in the AJAX Control as well as in the SOAP and REST web services but what if you are about to start a project and you have to geocode thousands of addresses or what if you have a requirement to batch-process data updates as a recurring task? Of course you could just call the geocoder again and again but that doesn’t seem to be a very efficient approach. With...
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Bing Maps on Your Verizon Android

Bing Maps was previously available as a mobile device application for multiple platforms: Windows Phone Blackberry iPhone Today Bing Maps as part of the Bing Mobile Platform was also launched on the Verizon Android. Read here to find out more. Technorati Tags: Bing Maps,Android,iPhone,Blackberry,Windows Phone,Virtual Earth
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