Windows Forms Map (Maps) Overview
14 Jun 20211 minute to read
Maps is a graphical representation of geographical data. This is used to represent the statistical data of a particular geographical area on the earth. Using pan and zoom features, maps can be navigated.
Maps control is used for users who want to build a Windows application that can be used in any .NET environment including C#, VB.NET, and C++ to develop the geographical projects.
User guide structure
The product comes with numerous samples as well as an extensive documentation to guide you. This user guide provides detailed information on the features and functionalities of the maps control. It is organized into the following sections:
- Overview: Provides a brief introduction to our product and its key features.
- Installation and Deployment: Elaborates on the install location of the samples, license, and more.
- What’s New: Lists the new features implemented for every release.
- Getting Started: Guides you on getting started with Windows application, controls, and more.
- Concepts and Features: Illustrates use case scenarios, code examples, and screenshots under this section.
Prerequisites and compatibility
This section covers the requirements mandatory for using maps control. It also lists operating systems and browsers compatible with the product.
The prerequisites details are listed in the following table:
.NET Framework versions
The compatibility details are listed in the following table:
Syncfusion provides the following documentation segments to provide all necessary information for using maps control in Windows application in an efficient manner.
|Type of documentation||Location|
|Readme||[drive:]\Program Files\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\x.x.x.x\Infrastructure\Data\Release Notes\readme.htm|
|Release Notes||[drive:]\Program Files\Syncfusion\Essential Studio\x.x.x.x\Infrastructure\Data\Release Notes\Release Notes.htm|
|User Guide (this document)||
Note: Click Download as PDF to access a PDF version.Installed DocumentationDashboard -> Documentation -> Installed Documentation.
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