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5 ways to make your web mapping fly!

Over the past four years here at Earthware we have encountered a number of performance challenges when creating mapping applications on the web. We thought it might be helpful to bring together the 5 most common issues we’ve encountered, both when helping other developers or in some of our...
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Earthware help Rovster launch a new type of property website

Earthware are delighted to have been invited by Gary McCausland (from BBC1’s “Axe the Agent” to do the web design, web development, interactive mapping and SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) for his new venture Rovster. Rovster allows a property owner who wants to “sell my house privately” to sign up...
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Virtual Earth Control 100% height problem - Solved! Well almost

Ok, so I was using the new asp.net Virtual Earth map control and looking to size it to have a 100% width and height. Like many of you out there I was experiencing the problem that I could only seem to apply the 100% width. As soon as I...
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We're hiring!

That’s right Earthware are continuing to expand beyond our expectations so we are looking for an experiences asp.net web developer. Earthware is an innovative small start-up company where individuals can really make a difference. If you are a quick learner and keen to pickup new and exciting skills...
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Writing KML & KMZ files to the browser with ASP.Net

Over the last few weeks we have been busy finishing of various demos including our upcomming uk cinemas demo. During development we've come across a few 'issues' with writing KML an KMZ files to the users browser from an .aspx page using the "Content-Disposition" HTTP Header that I thought it...
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