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May 28th, 2014
SuperGIS Server Silverlight API Samples Supports to Execute Network Analyses

SuperGIS Server 3.1a is the GIS server software designed for enabling the organizations to create, manage, integrate and publish the various types of GIS services. Through SuperGIS Server, the spatial data and images as well as GIS functions can be applied as GIS services in desktop, mobile, and web applications over the Internet to assist enterprises in building ideal workflow and improving strategic decision-making and productivity.

Supergeo supplies developers with sample codes and descriptions of diverse APIs including JavaScript, Flex and Silverlight on SGDN website to develop and apply. In this way, developers can effectively customize map websites to meet requirements of varied projects. Among the API samples on SGDN website, the newly added Silverlight API samples, including “Barriers Setting”, “Multi Pass Routing”, “Get Facility”, “Service Area”, etc, support to perform Network Analyses. By employing these samples, developers can customize the network analysis functions with ease on their map websites. Furthermore, the map websites also enable front-end users to quickly get results of route analysis by directly clicking on the map.

To view sample and indication of new SuperGIS Server Silverlight API, please visit SGDN website ().