MapDotNet UX Beta Release Now Available

ISC releases modernized, rich interactive mapping platform.

Tallahassee, FL ( Vocus/ PRWEB ) October 24, 2008 -- Today, ISC announced the availability of the public beta release of MapDotNet UX, the next generation .NET GIS platform. MapDotNet lets organizations visualize, analyze and maintain their geospatial data. Application developers can build easy to use desktop and web-based mapping applications that can be used by an executive, manager, analyst or the general public. The beta release can be downloaded at www.mapdotnet.com.

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MapDotNet UX is all about user experience
Our product engineers have delivered what we’ve all been looking forward to for quite some time—an easy to use geospatial application development platform and tools. Organizations looking to heighten the experience of users of their geospatial applications will find our support for Microsoft’s Silverlight and WPF user interface frameworks amazing.
I think users are going to appreciate the ability to use Studio to migrate their spatial data into SQL08, through the use of its data exchange and transform capability.
Our Microsoft relationship is important, and customers immediately see the value of our combined technologies
Microsoft places a great deal of importance on partner solutions.
By taking advantage of the latest SQL Server technology, MapDotNet Server is a modernized GIS solution for our customers.
With MapDotNet Server, customers will have an immediate opportunity to utilize the spatial enhancements in SQL Server 2008 in their data visualization and GIS applications. Customers can visualize, query, and even edit spatial data stored in SQL Server within the Virtual Earth world. It is a powerful new paradigm for GIS.
MapDotNet UX is a .NET GIS platform that provides extensive support for spatial data visualization and analysis. MapDotNet UX also provides robust Microsoft Virtual Earth integration and complete support for SQL Server 2008 as a spatial data repository. MapDotNet UX also supports ESRI ArcSDE, PostGIS and shapefiles as spatial data sources, and will support Oracle Spatial soon.

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