Article Spotlight: Windows Phone 8: Maps control (Part 4)

In the last article we were able to track and view a route on the map, from the point of departure to arrival, a good result, but we can still give something in terms of user experience. Imagine we have developed an application that makes use of the maps. The user is expected over the path displayed, even the text directions on how to reach the destination, in this case we Route and RouteLeg classes. The class Route exposes several properties with which will be able to give the user information additional to that of the route display. We analyze the properties one by one.

  • BoundingBox
  • EstimatedDuration
  • Geometry
  • Legs
  • LenghtInMeters
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Comments (2)

  1. Andy ONeill says:

    Hey Carmelo,
    Another great windows phone article.

  2. Saeid Hasani says:

    Great article!
    Thanks Carmelo for sharing!

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