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Map Suite World Map Kit Online

Note: The page was created before Map Suite 10. Map Suite 10.0 organized many classes into new namespaces and assemblies as well as had a few minor breaks in compatibility. The majority of previously built code should work without modification assuming the new namespaces are added. For guidance on upgrading your existing code, please check out MapSuite 10 Upgrade Guide.

The Map Suite World Map Kit Online is a cloud-based map service, offering detailed street, aerial, and hybrid maps of the globe that your applications can consume directly over the Internet. Because ThinkGeo maintains the servers for you, you won't have to worry about distributing huge datasets to your clients. Just add a few lines of code to your application and the entire world is at your fingertips.

Product Guides

  • Quick Start Guide

    This guide helps you get you up to speed with integrating the World Map Kit Online map control into your GIS software.


You can view an interactive sample of Map Suite World Map Kit here.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • General Questions

    These FAQ's cover general questions about the World Map Kit Online service.

  • Technical Questions

    These FAQ's cover the technical aspects of the World Map Kit Online service.

Help & Support Guides

  • Support Options

    This article outlines various support options available through ThinkGeo. It explains the various methods and recommendations of which options work best depending on your issue.

  • Support Ticket Guide

    This guide explains how to create a support ticket using the ThinkGeo customer portal. The guide also covers recommendation on when to use a support tickets versus other forms of support.

  • Discussion Forum Guide

    This guide explains how to create a constructive discussion forum post. It outlines the best practices in posting to ensure that your GIS questions get answered quickly and accurately.

  • NuGet Guide

    In Map Suite 10.0 we are starting to provide our products via packages on NuGet. This will allow references to our products to be added and updated easily. We have three different types of packages on NuGet, feature packages, dependency packages, and product packages, which will be expained in detail below. Each of these packages will also have two different build branches, production and development.

  • Release Cycle Guide

    This guide explains the process and rations behind the Map Suite release schedule. It outlines release dates, version information, and various aspects related to publicly releasing Map Suite software.

map_suite_world_map_kit_online.txt · Last modified: 2017/03/16 09:06 by tgwikiupdate