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6/7/2019 Maps New Features Azure Maps is excited to introduce Mobility service APIs for Azure Maps. The Mobility service will begin by powering public transit routing, enabling organizations to add public transportation information and routing capabilities into their mobility, IoT, logistics, asset tracking, smart cities, and similar solutions. Link Link Details
5/7/2019 Maps New Features At Build this week, we’re announcing Azure Maps Mobility Services, which will be a set of APIs that leverage Moovit’s APIs for building modern mobility solutions. Link Link Details
2/25/2019 Event Grid New Features Azure Maps now integrates with Azure Event Grid so you can respond to geofence events to send event notifications to other services and trigger downstream processes. With this integration, you can react to events when an asset enters a geofence, exits a geofence, or when a geofencing query returns a result. Link Link Details
2/11/2019 Maps New Features Today, Azure Maps is continuing to expand the offerings of our platform, introducing a new set of capabilities in the form of SDKs and cloud-based services, to enable enterprises, partners, and cities to build the solutions that will help visualize, analyze, and optimize these mobility challenges. Link Link Details
2/8/2019 Maps Updated Features TomTom has chosen the Azure cloud as its preferred cloud platform for its enterprise. As a result, Microsoft will now be able to incorporate all TomTom's map and traffic data into a variety of scenarios across all Microsoft services. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 Maps New Features With this release we added a new night road map style. It is similar to the grayscale_dark map style but has colorful roads and icons. Link Details
12/4/2018 Maps New Features With this release we have created TypeScript definitions which provide intellisense and richer error catching functionality to your development environment. If you haven’t used TypeScript before we highly recommend you give it a try as it fills a lot of gaps that many wished JavaScript supported and makes development easier. In fact, we wrote the Azure Maps Web SDK using TypeScript. Link Link Details
12/4/2018 Maps New Features In addition to rendering point data using the Symbol, Bubble, and Heat Map layers, they can also be rendered as HTML elements on the map. The default style of the HtmlMarker class is a scalable vector graphics (SVG) template which has a color and text placeholder. Simply set the color and text properties in the HtmlMarker options. The following code sets the color of the HtmlMarker to dodger blue and sets the text size to “10.” Link Details
12/4/2018 Maps New Features With this release we have updated the traffic flow overlay in the Web SDK from the static image tiles to the recently released vector traffic tiles. Vector tiles have a smaller file size, thus reducing bandwidth usage and loading faster, they also get rendered in the client browser which provides a richer user experience and more options for styling. Link Details
12/4/2018 Maps New Features Overlay georeferenced images on top of the map so that they move and scale as you pan and zoom the map. This is great for building floor plans, overlaying old maps, or imagery from a drone. With the new image layer you can easily overlay georeferenced images on the map. To overlay an image on the map, simply pass in a URL and the coordinates for the four corners of the image. Link Details

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