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This map web part utilizes both the SharePoint API and the Virtual Earth API and enables you to enter addresses into a SharePoint list and those addresses will be plotted within the map webpart. It comes with two views, the address view and the map view. By placing two map web...
GeoUtility is an easy to use coordinate conversion library. It can be used for desktop/web development in CLI implementations like .NET, MONO. Supported coordinate systems: Lon/Lat, Gauss-Krueger, UTM, MGRS/UTMREF. Supported map services: Google Maps, Virtual Earth, Yahoo Maps.
OpenStreetMap is a free editable map of the whole world. It allows you to view, edit and use geographical data in a collaborative way from anywhere on Earth. It is a wikipedia for maps. It is the project that creates and provides free geographic data and mapping to anyone who wants it.
GeoWebCache is a WMS tile cache that lets you serve cached map data to WMS clients, Goole Earth, Google Maps and MS Virtual Earth. The system is pluggable on both ends and does automatic matching to the best available tile. It is very fast and scalable.
Earth Enterprise is the open source release of Google Earth Enterprise, a geospatial application which provides the ability to build and host custom 3D globes and 2D maps. Earth Enterprise does not provide a private version of Google imagery that's currently available in Google Maps or Earth.Refer to the wiki for instructions on building from source on one of these platforms.
This library makes map markers in the Google Maps API (version 3) behave in that Google Earth way (minus the animation). Small numbers of markers (yes, up to 8) spiderfy into a circle. Larger numbers fan out into a more space-efficient spiral.The compiled code has no dependencies beyond Google Maps. Compiled out of CoffeeScript, minified with Google’s Closure Compiler and gzipped, it’s under 4KB.
This is a world clock using Virtual Earth for the world clock. It uses Silverlight and Virtual Earth through the VIEWS wrapper (also a codeplex project). Originally it was created as a simple, but flashy :) demo of Silverlight for global aware apps.