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Simply parse your shp file into geoJSON and parse it to a vectorlayer Look here: https://github.com/wavded/js-shapefile-to-geojson


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Here's solution in C#: private const double MinLatitude = -85.05112878; private const double MaxLatitude = 85.05112878; private const double MinLongitude = -180; private const double MaxLongitude = 180; public static Tuple<int, int> LatLongToTileXY(double latitude, double longitude, int z) { int tileX; int ...


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Here's an example for C# for an envelope (i.e. polygon bounding box). This will grab extra tiles for irregular polygons, avoiding that will be complex. The Envelope class is this method is a MapDotNet object but it should be pretty obvious what the fields mean. /// <summary> /// Gets the quad tree node indicies. /// Returns the min x,y ...


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GeoServer has native support for Shape Files. You can add them individually or by folder. It's not recommended for production environments, but it is quite good. You don't say anything about what mapping technologies you propose to use. OpenLayers will allow you to show overlays over a Bing map.



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