Mappetizer 8.2 for ArcGIS Released

April 12, 2010 -- uismedia announces the release of a new version of Mappetizer for ArcGIS;, the company's easy-to-use ArcMap extension for SVG and Silverlight web mapping solutions.

The new version 8.2 provides new functionalities including enhancements in printing. The Silverlight capabilities are expanded and OpenStreetMap and Wikipedia support is implemented. With Mappetizer 8 you can export your ArcMap project into the SVG (Scalable Vector Graphics) or into the Microsoft Silverlight format.

The SVG/HTML integrates the modular JavaScript library Dojo Toolkit. So you can use Dojo widgets, like menus, tabs, and other tools. This is a great way to enrich websites with various interactive features that work across browsers. Microsoft Silverlight allows you to develop rich internet and desktop applications (RIA) and Web map applications on up to date standards.

Especially for small and medium-sized project, and for projects which do not have to be frequently updated, Mappetizer can be the solution to present GIS data easy, appealing and innovative to a large target group. You don't have to have any knowledge in SVG, Microsoft Silverlight or Web server technology.

Explore what Mappetizer for ArcGIS can do for you and feel free to load down the evaluation copy and try out the software with your own data: http://www.mappetizer.de

About uismedia
Since 1997 uismedia has been giving customers around the world the possibility to enrich their work with geographic materials. As an independent engineering, planning and consulting company the business fields of uismedia range from services in GIS, Web Mapping and Web Design.

uismedia also designs, develops and implements customized software solutions for companies worldwide. The customized solutions may be a standalone application or a plug-in to the ESRI product family. uismedia offer individual software solutions based on Microsoft .NET, Microsoft Silverlight and PHP/SVG/HTML/JavaScript.

http://www.uismedia.de



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