Bing Maps AJAX Control, Version 6.3
Bing Maps™ is an online mapping service that enables users to search, discover, explore, plan, and share information about specific locations. By using traditional road maps, labeled aerial photo views, low-angle high-resolution aerial photos, and proximity searching capabilities, Bing Maps provides unique opportunities for developers to incorporate both location and local search features into their Web applications.
The Bing Maps AJAX Control 6.3 software development kit (SDK), Version 6.3 consists of a complete set of reference topics that cover the Bing Maps AJAX Control 6.3 application programming interface (API). You can find information about the newest Bing Maps AJAX Control, Version 7.0, in the Version 7.0 SDK.
Bing Maps also provides an Interactive SDK available at http://www.microsoft.com/maps/isdk/ajax. The Interactive SDK offers hands-on, task-based demonstrations of features available in the version 6.3 API release, complete with code samples and links back to the reference SDK.
Information about Microsoft's customer identification requirements can be found in the Getting Started with the Bing Maps AJAX Control topic or the Implementing Customer Identification article found in Bing Maps Articles.
The Bing Maps Silverlight Control, the Bing Maps SOAP Services, and the Bing Maps REST Services are also available for users looking to integrate location intelligence into their Web applications. More information about available Bing Maps APIs is found in the Getting Started with Bing Maps topic.