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GeoLocation by Radius Using Google Maps and .NET

, 23 Jan 2009 CPOL
This article shows you how to geocode existing addresses, then run distance calculations for geolocation within a given radius.
GeoCoding.zip
svcGeoSearch
App_Code
wsPublic
App_Code
xsdProviderSearch.xss
ProviderGeoCodingScheduledTask
ProviderGeoCodingScheduledTask
bin
Debug
ProviderGeoCodingScheduledTask.exe
ProviderGeoCodingScheduledTask.vshost.exe
My Project
Application.myapp
Settings.settings
obj
Debug
TempPE
My Project.Resources.Designer.vb.dll
Web References.cmwebservices.Reference.vb.dll
Web References.GeocodingService.Reference.vb.dll
Web References.localhost.Reference.vb.dll
Web References.webservicetesting.Reference.vb.dll
Web References
GeocodingService
Reference.map
svcGeoSearch.disco
svcGeoSearch.wsdl

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xbadenx
Systems Engineer
United States United States
I am a technical architect/senior software engineer, technical trainer, entrepreneur.
 
I have worked in several sectors from healthcare, to entertainment and global intelligent traffic systems, using .Net, SQL, NoSQL and some of the latest technologies to deliver quality software systems for clients.
 
Past tech flavors include C#, WCF, SOA, MVC, MVVM, Silverlight, Assembler, Pascal, VB, Java/J2EE/EJB/JDBC, Perl, NLTK, TSQL, NoSQL, KendoUI, NodeJS, SignalR, Backbone JS, Angular JS, Latest .Net technologies, Amazon AWS...

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