RadMap has built-in support for Bing and OpenStreetMaps providers, as well as a provider to display locally stored tiles. The control allows you to use your own implementation of any other service.
Bing Maps™ is a web service offered by Microsoft which provides road, earth and hybrid map types.
OpenStreetMap is another popular format and tiles can be accessed either via their official website or from the public image tile service.
If you have ESRI shapefiles, KML files or data stored in SQL Geospatial format, RadMap will visualize these for you, together with any additional data these formats may provide.
Aid your users with Bing Search, Route and Elevation services, so they can find an address, calculate different types of routes or see the elevation at certain location or area. The routing service allows navigation and route planning with ability to position lines/curves with locations exceeding the longitude limits [-180;180]
Fast and fluid pan and zoom, map wraparound and flawless animation are just some of the features that provide a great user experience for end users.
Built-in elements include pins, callouts, routes, air routes, labels and paths. On top of that, the map UI will also present a mini map, search box, legend, navigation bar and scale indicator.
RadMap allows usage of as many layers as you need, and in each layer you can store different visual elements. This allows you to have a layer with pins, another one with labels, paths, etc.
When a shape file is displayed, you can use three colorization strategies to colorize the shapes: graph colorization, choropleth colorization and property colorization.
RadMap supports clusterization with different grouping strategies for its layers’ elements. This feature is extremely useful when dealing with large collections with items located close to each other.