Sample and Demos

Data distribution with Bing Maps

Article Number: 000002131 - Last Modified: Jan 8, 2015

This demo is aimed at developers interested in building web applications that use the FME Server data download service and Bing Maps.

The Bing Maps self service data distribution example has now been migrated over to the new FME Server Playground.

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In this tutorial, we will show you how you can deliver data using FME Server. There’s not much here in terms of detailed explanations. Rather, we’ll point you to resources in a suggested order, and by the end, you’ll be able to build what you need.

This scenario shows how to prepare raster tiles from vector data for web mapping platforms.

This example demonstrates the FME Server Data Download service and the power of integrating it with web mapping platforms including Google Maps and ArcGIS Server.

This example is a demonstration of using the FME Server Data Download service to distribute raster data.

This custom transformer generates an HTML file, which is used for loading the Microsoft Bing Maps Environment, as well as produces tiles from the incoming raster(s) so that they can be written to PNG format and after that loaded into the map window of Bing Maps.