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Here is a list of popular devices for common tracking scenarios. Start here if you need help selecting a suitable device.

Nokia maps asset tracking freeware

Bing Maps Ajax v7 API is due to retire June 30, 2017 replaced by the newer and much better Bing Maps Ajax v8 API . I’ve been migrating some Bing Maps v7 API web apps to the new Bing Maps v8 API. Here is Microsoft’s migration guide: https://www.microsoft.com/maps/discon-control-migrat-guide.aspx

Most of the migration is fairly straightforward and the performance boost is quite significant. Large numbers of points, polylines, and complex polygons can now be rendered without impact on map navigation performance. There are many improvements to the v8 API including spatial geometry functions discussed in a previous post, Spatial to the Browser .

However, I ran into a problem with the Microsoft.Maps.TileLayer. It seems that the way Bing Maps v8 handles tiles causes CORS error for sporadic tiles in Chrome, Edge, and Firefox, but not IE. In the sample below png image tiles were stored in Azure Blob storage.

Here is a list of popular devices for common tracking scenarios. Start here if you need help selecting a suitable device.

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How much effort have you put into customizing Google Maps? It's an incredible tool for locating landmarks and businesses, gauging routes and distances between them, and even finding out how long it will take you to get home from anywhere. But what good are your maps if you can't get to them offline?

Downloading maps offline is easy, but not intuitive. You need to do it while you're connected to the Internet, so it does take some forethought. Here's how to do it.

How to Access Google Maps Offline
1. To get at your saved maps offline, open Google Maps (again, you'll need to be signed into your Google account ahead of time) and tap the three vertically stacked bars (the hamburger menu) in the upper left.
2. Tap Your Places.
3. Scroll down to the section labeled Offline maps. Tap any map to open it. You should be able to zoom in and out easily. If you have any starred locations on the map, they'll carry over into the offline map, too. So go ahead and add stars to locations whenever you see them and want to remember them for later.