This constructor allows you to specify a fill brush and an outline pen. It also allows you to specify which is drawn first. If the pen is drawn first, the outline will be thinner than if the pen is drawn last. The effect is subtle but noticeable.
This overridden method is called from the concrete public method Draw. In this method, we take the features you passed in and draw them on the canvas you provided. Each style (based on its properties) may draw each feature differently. When overriding this method, consider each feature and its column data values. You can use the full power of the GeoCanvas to do the drawing. If you need column data for a feature, be sure to override the GetRequiredColumnNamesCore and add the columns you need to the collection. In many of the styles, we add properties to allow the user to specify which field they need; then, in the GetRequiredColumnNamesCore, we read that property and add it to the collection.
Description:The labels will be drawn in all layers.
This virtual method is called from the concrete public method Draw. In this method, we draw a sample style on the canvas you provided. This is typically used to display a legend or other sample area. When implementing this virtual method, consider the canvas size and draw the sample image appropriately. You should keep in mind that the sample typically shows up on a legend.
This property allows you to specify an X offset. When combined with a Y offset, it enables you to achieve effects such as drop shadows, etc. There also may be times when you need to modify the location of feature data so as to align it with raster satellite data.
This property allows you to specify a Y offset. When combined with an X offset, it enables you to achieve effects such as drop shadows, etc. There also may be times when you need to modify the location of feature data so as to align it with raster satellite data.
This solid brush is used to fill in the area features that will draw. You can also optionally specify an outline pen to give the area an outline. The default solid brush has a fill color of transparent, which means it will not draw anything.
Using this collection, you can stack multiple area styles on top of each other. When we draw the features, we will draw them in order that they exist in the collection. You can use these stacks to create drop shadow effects, multiple colored outlines, etc.
This outline pen is used to outline the features that will draw. You can also optionally specify a fill brush to give the area a solid fill. The default outline pen color is transparent, which means it will not draw anything.
This property controls whether the outline pen or the fill brush is drawn first. The default is for the fill brush to be drawn first. If you have the outline pen draw first then the thickness of the pen will be smaller, creating a subtle but noticeable effect.