Geographic elements

Put geographic elements on a map, and use the utilities and drawing tools that make a map readable.

You can use geographic elements such as points, markers, shapes, and lines on your map. The supporting classes make the geographic elements useful, and the utilities and drawing tools make a map readable.

Additional resources

To learn more about geographic elements and how to use them in your apps, visit the Maps documentation.



Members

  • AltitudeMode -

    An enumeration that captures how the altitude attribute should be interpreted.

  • BoundingBox -

    A 2-dimensional, axis-aligned bounding box (rectangle) used to define the limits of a Geographic element, or any other bounding box.

  • Coordinate -

    A Coordinate in geographic space that is represented by latitude, longitude and altitude components.

  • EdgeSize -

    An enumeration of the available edge thickness values of a Style.

  • EdgeStyle -

    An enumeration of the available edge patterns of a Style.

  • GeoDeviceLocation -

    A point in geographic space that represents the device's current latitude and longitude coordinates.

  • Geographic -

    An entity that can be placed on a map.

  • GeographicsProvisioningBridge -

    A bridge to translate an external geographic data source into Geographic data and add it to a DataProvider.

  • GeographicsProvisioningBridgeDataSource -

    Indicates how data sources used with GeographicsProvisioningBridge will be interpreted.

  • GeographicsProvisioningBridgeResult -

    Represents the types of results that can occur when using GeographicsProvisioningBridge.

  • GeoList -

    A container of Geographic elements.

  • GeoLocation -

    A location in geographic space that represents a latitude and longitude coordinate, and is visually represented on the map using its Marker attribute.

  • GeoPolygon -

    A polygon is an arbitrary object in geographic space that is defined by a sequence of coordinates.

  • GeoPolyline -

    A polyline in geographic space that is represented by a set of ordered Points.

  • GeoShape -

    A base class for all geographic shapes.

  • Marker -

    A visual representation of a location on a map.

  • Point -

    A point in geographic space that is represented by latitude and longitude coordinates in degrees and an altitude coordinate in meters.

  • Polyline -

    A Polyline in geographic space that is represented by an ordered set of latitude and longitude coordinates (vertices).

  • Style -

    Visual information that can be applied to a Geographic.

  • StyleSheet -

    A collection of Styles to be used when rendering a set of map content.

Last modified: 2014-06-24



Got questions about leaving a comment? Get answers from our Disqus FAQ.

comments powered by Disqus