WPF Map Control - it's FREE to all MSDN Subscribers

02 December 2011

We've been receiving lots of questions on our WPF Map Control and I wanted to take a minute to remind all of you that the control is free to all MSDN Subscribers.

Download your free DevExpress WPF Map Control here: http://dxpr.es/rAQxNW 

WPF Map Control - FREE

To learn more about the WPF Map Control and review its runtime capabilities, watch the following video:

http://www.youtube.com/user/DeveloperExpress?feature=mhee#p/u/1/Gkf4aoXkv0o

We also offer a Silverlight version of the Map Control (though its not free, it does ship as part of our subscriptions). We've got an introductory tutorial video available on YouTube.

http://www.youtube.com/user/DeveloperExpress?feature=mhee#p/u/23/zsdwEVBbHg0

 

Note: This offer was valid only in 2011. To get the most recent information on the DevExpress Map Control, please visit the DevExpress website.

7 comment(s)
Neal

Ray,

What if I'm a DXv2 E subscriber but NOT a current MSDN subscriber?  Is DX Maps available to me?

I'd like to see this product available to DXv? E subscribers in Winforms as many of us have elected to NOT use WPF/SL.  My app is a perfect fit for a map solution.

Thanks.

3 December, 2011
Ray Navasarkian (DevExpress)

Setting up a MSDN account is a piece of cake - dont think it means you need to pay for a subscription...Had there been additional requirements, we would have had to verify licensing which we do not.

4 December, 2011
Ben Ark

Can you clarify "free?" This blog post, the download page, and the confirmation email do not mention anything about a time-limited evaluation. The download page, however, says it is a 30-day eval copy. Which is it?

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Thank you registering for the free WPF Map Control brought to you by DevExpress and MSDN.

VERSUS

And remember, during your 30-day evaluation, you are entitled to FREE tech support from DevExpress.

5 December, 2011
Sean Palmer

What about a DXMap control for VCL?

6 December, 2011
richard morris

You don't need an MSDN account, you just have to go to http://msdn.microsoft.com and make sure your region is set as "United States (English)" (it doesn't show up if you are Australian).

At the bottom of the page and on the right will be a bunch of third party advertising ... ignore that.

Right at the top, under the menu, is the core Microsoft marketing message of the day.

Today it is "Save up to 35% on MSDN Subscriptions".  After about 20 seconds it was replaced by the next most important message from MSDN ... "Unwrap your Map" from Developer Express.  About 20 more seconds that is replaced by some message about programming for Windows Phone, and then something else and then it comes back to the first message.

7 December, 2011
David Bentz

Is the source for the control available for subscribers? I've written my own tilesource and provider to work with in house ESRI servers, or the ARCGisOnline, and I've figured work arounds for everything but two protected internal items.  If I had the source I could recompile and include my provider for internal use, without would be disapointing, what would of been exceptional is those interfaces being exposed to facilitate custom providers like WMS, google, yahoo, mapquest, ESRI, I can probably build a total hack inheriting from openstreetmap and overriding just the uri builder but thats cheesy.

12 December, 2011
Paul E Whitaker

Where is this? I'm not seeing it on MSDN any more. Why not provide a direct link?

20 December, 2011

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