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TatukGIS Internet Server now with Flash Control

November 19, 2007

The TatukGIS Internet Server (v. 8.9.7) is now available with an Adobe Flash control to provide a smooth on-line map scrolling and zooming experience. The Flash control augments previously implemented AJAX features compatibility based on Microsoft ASP.NET AJAX Framework. The Flash control can be turned on/off individually by each user as the situation requires. A future update will expand the Flash control to also provide smooth remote map editing features.

The TatukGIS Internet Server is powerful GIS development toolkit, supporting the same GIS engine and object API as the comprehensive TatukGIS Developer Kernel product, but packaged as an ASP.NET server component The Internet Server utilizes the visual design capabilities of any ASP.NET (.Net Framework 2) compatible programming tools such as Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 & 2008, Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2005, and CodeGear RAD Studio 2007, and can also be programmed with any standard HTML or text editor.

For non developers with more limited requirements, TatukGIS offers the LITE edition of the GIS Internet Server with a simple API, but also supporting the new Flash client features.

TatukGIS also provides its popular GIS Viewer product as a free companion product to the Internet Server. The TatukGIS Viewer, said by many to be the best free GIS viewer available, can be used to set up and save mapping projects for web publishing with the TatukGIS Internet Server. The Viewer can even be used to export simple ASP.NET projects for the Internet Server.

Free trial versions of both editions of the TatukGIS Internet Server are available from the www.tatukgis.com web site, along with a number of interactive on-line web mapping samples featuring the Internet Server and demonstrating the Flash client and other features. This product update is available for at no charge to customers with active maintenance plans.

- Click here to see the Internet Server version update history.
- Click here to see a demonstration of Flash control features with the web publishing of a large street map data set.