This week we are featuring article about Map with directions for use in Windows Phone 8 applications. This article explains how to show route in map and get route directions with Windows Phone 8. The cool thing about this article is that the Map offers route directions in both textual and speech format.
Here are few screenshots of the code example in the article,
Read this article and add Maps with route directions in your Windows Phone applications.
Compass is a Nokia Developer Windows Phone application that has been ported from Qt to Windows Phone 8. This application combines Nokia Maps with compass sensor. It also allows user to determine the bearing to the desired direction.
This application has been tested on Nokia Lumia 920 and developed using Visual Studio 2012 Express for Windows Phone 8. To learn more on the project follow up on the wiki page.
FINHTML5 lights up January with an event experience shaping the future of digital services. Some of the brightest tech leaders, visionaries, designers and hard core hackers will share their experience and vision for creating services for the multiscreen era on January 24th!
Andy Tjin, Head of Mobile HTML5 works in the Location & Commerce business at Nokia. This business unit aims to build and monetize unique location experiences for great mobile products, as well as the navigation industry, the automotive market and government and business solutions under the name HERE.
Andy will discuss the real life challenges, trade-offs and victories in creating a large scale, state-of-the-art mapping service for iOS, Android, Windows Phone 8 and Firefox OS devices.
Below are some quick specs for the event:
A great mix of tech leaders, visionaries, designers and hard core hackers in the speaker lineup
People who’ve really made it big time in the HTML5 space, including Andrew Betts from Financial Times, FT-Labs and Brian LeRoux, the father of Phonegap.
Creating fabulous services for the multiscreen era
How HTML5 is one of the main building blocks for building experiences today and tomorrow
What HTML5 actually is and isn’t
How are we stepping away from platform silos towards having your services available everywhere at all times