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Ready to dive into ThinkGeo UI WPF for .NET Core?

Want to know how easily you can create a map with ThinkGeo UI’s new WPF control for .NET Core? Our new how-to video series offers a look at how to add a map to your WPF desktop application in just a few lines of code.

Part 1 of our ThinkGeo UI WPF video series walks you through adding a ThinkGeo Cloud base map to your WPF app using Visual Studio Code on Windows (though you can do likewise with any edition of Visual Studio 2019).

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Quick Start in VS Code - Part 1 - Adding the Basemap

Following on from there, we’ll show you how to overlay a ShapeFile feature layer on top of your base map and apply a style to it.

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Quick Start in VS Code - Part 2 - Adding a Shapefile

Want to dig in further? Check out the ThinkGeo UI Desktop WPF for .NET Core wiki page.

Still have questions? Feel free to post a topic here in the forums!

Thanks,
ThinkGeo