UI for ASP.NET MVC
The Telerik ASP.NET MVC Map component includes a wrapper for map tiling services (like Open Street Map, Bing, etc.), support for GeoJSON data format, as well as support for overlays, markers and other shapes.
Get your MVC map up and running quickly by integrating one of the many open map data providers with the GeoViz Map. Full support for tile-based map providers, such as openstreetmap.org, is built-in and simple to configure.
The ASP.NET MVC Map component has a Bubble Map layer, enabling your end-users to display data about a restricted area on the map based on some criterion, facilitating your ability to compare regions on the map at a single glance.
The GeoJSON standard enables you to draw your own shapes and add custom data to your MVC maps. Draw everything you need, from country and state outlines to off-the-wall ideas. With full support for zoom, pan, latitude and longitude coordinates, GeoJSON gives you the ability to make the map truly unique.
Create map markers from JSON data or using a Kendo UI DataSource to show your store locations, offices and other places of interest. Customize the map marker tooltips and show the information your users need, quickly.
Take your maps with you on your iPhone, iPad, Android and other mobile devices. The DataViz Map handles pinch-to-zoom, dragging with your fingers and more, for a true mobile-friendly map experience.
Need a custom control or user interaction? Want to know when someone has moved the map or zoomed in? No problem. With a robust set of events and a complete API for manipulating the map, you can create the interactions you need and a UX your customers demand.
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