Microsoft Azure Maps is part of Microsoft Azure Cloud Services and provides a wide range of powerful geospatial capabilities and a rich set of REST APIs. It has SDKs for both web and mobile applications. In Azure Maps Using Blazor Succinctly, learn how you can create sophisticated applications with Azure Maps and Syncfusion controls in Blazor. Michael Washington will introduce you to the capabilities of Azure Maps and then take you through the steps of building a Blazor store application featuring it.
This open book is licensed under a Open Publication License (OPL). You can download Azure Maps Using Blazor Succinctly ebook for free in PDF format (2.9 MB).
Table of Contents
Getting Started with Azure Maps
Displaying Azure Maps in Blazor
The Store Finder Application
Create the Application
Creating Store Administration
Create the Store Search Page
Azure Maps Using Blazor Succinctly
Open Publication License
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