Bing API enables developers to embed a flexible and powerful search engine as a custom search component in their sites and applications. Bing API offers open, flexible options for building or enhancing your site or applications. With the API users can search for web content, images, stories and more. Users can also monetize their applications with advertisements. It uses a RESTful protocol with results formatted either in XML or JSON and also provides support for SOAP protocol.
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The Microsoft Bing Maps Snap to Road Calculate a Route .NET Sample Code demonstrates how to get a walking, driving or transit route by specifying a series of waypoints. The route includes route instructions, travel duration, travel distance, and transit information.
The Microsoft Bing Maps Snap to Road Calculate from Major Roads .NET Sample Code demonstrates how to
return a driving route to a location from major roads. It includes West, North, East and South directions in the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
The Microsoft Bing Maps Snap to Road .NET Sample Code demonstrates how to display GPS point data including
latitudes and longitudes, returning a list of objects that form a route snapped to the roads on a map.
The Microsoft Bing Maps Isochrone .NET Sample Code demonstrates how to display isoline polygons for a distance.
Developers can use this solution to filter for spatial queries, including store locators, stolen vehicle recovery, real estate, job search sites, geofence generation, field management, recreation, and emergency services planning.