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Welcome to the ThinkGeo Wiki

Note: If you are using Map Suite 9.0 or previous versions of Map Suite product, please go to MapSuite 9.0 Wiki. The current page is for Map Suite 10.0 and future versions. It has different assemblies, licensing strategy and ways of distribution, and more. although the majority of previously built code should work without modification assuming the new namespaces are added. For guidance on upgrading your existing code to Map Suite 10, please check out MapSuite 10 Upgrade Guide.

The ThinkGeo Wiki is the central and official source of documentation, sample code and learning material for Map Suite users. It contains resources such as API reference, QuickStart Guides to get you started, sample projects with source code you can learn from, change logs for each version, and more.

Products & Services

The wiki's resources are categorized by product, so you can easily find the information you need for the Map Suite products you're working with. The products run on one or more platforms; the key features, which are shared by different products, run on different platforms as well. Please check platform coverage for the details.

For Mobile Platforms

Build native GIS apps running on Android devices through Xamarin

Build native GIS apps running on iPhone® and iPad® through Xamarin

For Desktop Platforms

Build Windows client apps using WPF

Build Windows client apps using Windows Forms, running on Windows and Linux/Mac(through Mono).

For Web Platforms

Build REST based web services for JS/HTML5 Web applications. Running on Windows and Linux/Mac(through Mono).

Build web mapping applications using the MVC framework, running on Windows.

Build traditional ASP.NET Web Forms mapping applications, running on Windows and Linux/Mac(through Mono).

For Server

Find the shortest path between multiple locations, deliver turn-by-turn directions, avoid specified areas

Convert addresses to coordinates and vice-versa

Royalty-free worldwide vector data ready to use in your application.

Royalty-free high-level global imagery matched with highly-detailed US imagery.

Reverse-geocoding allows you to match a latitude and longitude location to a street address anywhere on earth.

Global elevation point, contour, and viewshed at your fingertips.

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