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GoogleMapControl is the most advanced Google Maps .NET control for ASP.NET available on the market 2017. Bringing the full power of the official GoogleMaps API v3 but without the need of a single line of JavaScript code: you code only in .NET! Just drag the control from the Toolbox onto the Visual Studio design surface, and with a few lines …

GoogleMapControl comes with full API documentation

The .NET GoogleMapControl control comes with full API documentation for your reference and ease of use. GMC also support intelligent code completion is a convenient way to access descriptions of functions, particularly their parameter lists. It speeds up software development by reducing the amount of name memorization needed and keyboard input required. It also allows for less reference to external …

Drawing library is a included feature. Those overlays- Circle, Polygon, Rectangle, Polyline can be stored in the database

You can use Drawing Tools of Google Maps API included in the control. Drawing tools You can store those data using SQL Geometry type. Those overlays- Circle, Polygon, Rectangle, Polyline can be stored in the database. Visit this Page on stackoverflow.com if you want to know how to store Google overlays in the database. Drawing library is a included feature. …

Clustered Google Map markers.

This post shows shows you how to use marker clusters function of the control to display a large number of markers on a map. You can use the MarkerClusterer functionality to combine markers of close proximity into clusters, and simplify the display of markers on the map. The number on a cluster indicates how many markers it contains. Notice that …

Check out the GoogleMap control © Pro API documentation

All the GoogleMapControl ASP.NET API mirrors the GoogleMAP javascript API included in the pro version is documented and is available on the link below. This documentation is designed for people familiar with JavaScript programming and object-oriented programming concepts. You should also be familiar with Google Maps from a user’s point of view. There are many JavaScript tutorials available on the …