Quickly integrate an ASP.NET MVC Map component in your application using one of the many open map data services with the GeoViz Map. The control provides flexible configuration options, allowing you to easily load maps from various tile-based map providers such as Openstreetmap.org.
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.
The ASP.NET MVC Map component comes with a built-in Marker feature that lets you pin and identify desired locations on the map. The Map control also offers Tooltip functionality that displays useful information about a specific location and helps users orient themselves and easily navigate the map.
The ASP.NET MVC Map component has a Bubble Map layer, enabling your users to display data about a restricted area on the map based on some criteria. This facilitates the ability to easily compare regions on the map at a single glance. You can customize the elements of the bubble layer by changing the symbols’ color, size and shape.
You can view and easily navigate through the Map component in your ASP.NET MVC applications on any smart device. The DataViz Map ensures a smooth mobile user experience and provides flexible mobile navigation options such as dragging, pinch-to-zoom and more.
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 for the ultimate user experience.
The UI for ASP.NET MVC Map component comes with Export options that support PDF, Image and SVG formats. The map can be exported as a standalone file to be viewed directly or processed by another application. This functionality is available thanks to the powerful Telerik Document Processing library.
See how Export works in ASP.NET MVC Map demo