Open-Geospatial .NET Community Passes 10,000 Registered Users
The Carbon Project today announced its Open-Geospatial .NET Community, The Carbon Portal, recently received its 10,000th registered user.
Through The Carbon Portal anyone is able to join the Open-Geospatial .NET Community at no cost, exchange ideas, software code and find support among others seeking to advance geospatial interoperability.
“The Carbon Portal is designed to support .NET developers using CarbonTools PRO and other Open-Geospatial .NET tools. We’re please to welcome the 10,000th registered user and look forward to helping the community implement geospatial interoperability in a wide range of applications,” said Nuke Goldstein, CTO of The Carbon Project.
Some of The Carbon Project's Microsoft .NET technologies include:
CarbonTools PRO – An extension to the Microsoft .NET Framework that supports location content handling and sharing from an array of sources, including the OGC® Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) 1.0 baseline and Microsoft Virtual Earth.
CarbonArc PRO – A Microsoft .NET-based extension to the ESRI ArcGIS 9.2 desktop that enables the OGC® Spatial Data Infrastructure (SDI) 1.0 baseline and Microsoft Virtual Earth on the GIS desktop.
Gaia 3.1 – A popular open geospatial viewer for OGC WMS, WFS, Microsoft Virtual Earth and many other sources based on Microsoft .NET.
Echo myPlace – A people-to-people social networking application using the latest Microsoft Silverlight 2 Internet media technologies.
The most popular section of The Carbon Portal is the CarbonTools PRO Forum. CarbonTools PRO is in use around the world with Microsoft .NET developers, and getting great feedback. The latest release lets developers access, visualize and share an array of location content in their .NET applications - including Microsoft Virtual Earth, Yahoo! Maps, OGC KML, GML, GMLsf, WMS, WFS, WCS, Filter Encoding, Catalog, OSGeo, ESRI Shapefiles, MapInfo, Autodesk and more.
The release also includes source code for the Gaia 3.1 geospatial viewer, making it possible for developers to create and deploy advanced .NET applications in minutes. The Gaia 3.1 geospatial viewer application is available as a free download.
For more information on The Carbon Portal, or to become a Carbon Portal Sponsor please contact info@TheCarbonProject.com.