Working with the Virtual Earth Map Control

The Virtual Earth map control is the power behind Windows Live Local. Using the Virtual Earth 3.1 map control (VE) APIs, you too can create some amazing location based applications of your own. I've worked with VE on a few projects now and have a new tips that I thought I'd pass along. Some of […]

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The Virtual Earth map control is the power behind Windows Live Local. Using the Virtual Earth 3.1 map control (VE) APIs, you too can create some amazing location based applications of your own. I've worked with VE on a few projects now and have a new tips that I thought I'd pass along. Some of these can be found scattered on the Internet, while others I figured out on my own. In any case, here are some of tips that may help you on your next Virtual Earth project. A word of caution: some of the ideas presented here are undocumented and therefore could change in future versions of the VE API.
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