BURLINGTON, MA, March 28, 2008 – The Carbon Project announces the latest update to CarbonTools PRO, a geospatial-interoperability toolkit for .NET developers. The release includes updated support to OGC specifications, primarily WFS 1.1.0 and GML, and improved support to Microsoft Virtual Earth and Yahoo! Maps. In addition, the latest release includes the full source code for some of the CarbonTools PRO libraries. The source code provides a reference point for developers and allows further enhancements and modifications by users.
“CarbonTools PRO is in use around the world with Microsoft .NET developers, and we’re getting great feedback,” said Jeff Harrison, President and CEO of The Carbon Project. “This latest release lets developers access, visualize and share an array of location content in their .NET applications – including Microsoft Virtual Earth, Yahoo! Maps, OGC KML, GML, GMLsf, WMS, WFS, WCS, Filter Encoding, Catalog, OSGeo, ESRI Shapefiles, MapInfo, Autodesk and more.”
The release includes source code for the Gaia 3.1 geospatial viewer, making it possible for developers to create and deploy advanced .NET applications in minutes. The Gaia 3.1 geospatial viewer application is available as a free download at https://www.thecarbonproject.com/gaia.php.
CarbonTools PRO is available under a per developer license that has no limits, royalties, restrictions or fees on deploying applications – ever.