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Writing Your Own GPS Applications: Part 2

, 7 Aug 2008 CPOL
In part two of the series, the author of "GPS.NET" teaches developers how to write GPS applications suitable for the real world by mastering GPS precision concepts. Source code includes a working NMEA interpreter and sample high-precision application in C# and VB.NET.

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About the Author

Jon Person
Software Developer (Senior) Black Knight Financial Services
United States United States
Hi there! From 2004 to 2009 I ran a company called "GeoFrameworks," publishing two components called GPS.NET and GIS.NET which helped developers quickly write location-based services. Now, I've released the source code for GPS.NET to CodePlex for you to use as you see fit.

GPS.NET 2.0 on CodePlex
GPS.NET 3.0 on CodePlex

... I've also released the source code of a library called the "GeoFramework," a collection of commonly used classes such as Latitude, Longitude, Distance, Speed, and Position:

GeoFramework 1.0 on CodePlex
GeoFramework 2.0 on CodePlex

I'm now taking a break from programming, but I really appreciate the positive feedback from readers!

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