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AspMap

AspMap is a high-performance, Internet mapping component for embedding spatial data access, display and analysis capabilities in Internet applications and services.

AspMap gives you the ability to generate map images, drill-down capability, and other features that - generated on the server - will make the map images fully interactive on the client-side. AspMap can create images in any standard image file format, or even send a bit-stream directly to the browser.

Whether you have a local government web site, a real estate web site or a vehicle tracking web site, AspMap can give you the functionality you need to turn the occasional visitor to your site into a regular user.



Features:



  • Execute on
    server, no plug-in or components to download

  • Highly scalable,
    high performance multithreaded architecture

  • .NET support

  • Fully
    customizable via ASP and ASP.NET

  • Supported data
    source include Shape File, TAB, TIFF/GeoTIFF and ECW

  • Export to PNG, JPEG
    and BMP formats

  • Multiple map layers

  • Dynamic layers

  • Pan and zoom
    through multiple map layers

  • Various symbol styles

  • Custom bitmap symbols

  • Translucency
    support

  • Spatial and attribute queries

  • Spatial filters
    such as inside, cross and within distance

  • Efficient data access - AspMap uses
    advanced indexing algorithms for fast spatial data access and query

  • Allows to access spatial data stored
    in databases

  • Thematic mapping support

  • Supports vehicle or other phenomena
    tracking

  • Detailed online
    documentation

  • Sample source
    code for ASP (VBScript) and ASP.NET (VB.NET)




Author: VDS Technologies   Version: 2.0
Price: Free Trial / $249.00   Demo: View it
Platform(s): Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP   Download Script: Click here
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