Read the short introduction to understand the usage of this sample.
Click into the PTV map twice to calculate automatically a route. Via mouse events, you are able to move dynamically the start, destination or selected via point. Hereby, the last current address list will be shown automatically. This highly interactive code sample illustrates the combination of client and server activities.
Are you interested how it works? Please check the source code which is also provided in a separated editor frame (right top corner: “edit source” button).You may edit the source code and revert to the original. So, don’t hesitate to use this opportunity to “play” with these interactive functions.
PTV provides a specific tutorial so called “PTV Cookbook” in order to give you any support to start immediately with your first application using PTV xServer as the obligatory server components. Our target is hereby to offer a bundle of code samples for all relevant use cases.… Read more
Downloading Bing map tiles from Microsoft is available for PTV Developer Components. Avoiding misunderstandings only satellite imagery is downloadable in order to combine these map tiles with PTV Maps.
The document we uploaded to the PTV Components customer area (go to customer area > PTV xServer > documents) describes what to do in order to integrate satellite imagery e.g. displaying in web applications. Prices are not being part of this document. Therefore ask your sales contact partner directly.
The “Windows 8 Modern UI” (formerly known as “Metro”) defines a new programming model for apps which supports tablets and other touch devices.