Now that the Q1 2010 release has passed I would like to bring to your attention the official release of one of our newest controls - RadMap for Silverlight [and WPF]. Most of you who are actively involved into the business of data visualization solutions probably are aware that with the Q3 2009 release last year we released a public beta (CTP) version of our map control and it naturally evolved into a fully-fledged control for our current official release.
First of all – a BIG thanks to all of you early adopters, who gave the control a try and shared constructive feedback (and also lots of kind words ;)) with us and helped this to happen.
So in the good tradition of my original overview of the CTP version of RadMap, I would like to highlight some of the most exciting new features that you might have missed in the rush surrounding the Q1 2010 release in March (full release notes can be found here):
While we are pretty excited with the progress of RadMap so far and got the basics covered, once again we need your help: please review our public issue tracking system (PITS) and cast your votes for your favorite map features that you would like to see implemented first (or submit new feature requests if your personal favorites are missing). All of the listed PITS items do have their merits but we need to prioritize and we would like to make sure that our plans follow your business needs as well.