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Okay found it, ArcPad options really mean ArcPad options! I thought I can set the key into the NMF file. If you don't want to enter the key manually in your Mobile Device you can set the <SERVER> tag right at the end before </PREFERENCES> in the ArcPadPref.apx file: <SERVER url="" username="" password="" bingkey="XXX"/> Just replace ...


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The 3D maps are using the Bing Maps map tiles. So, no vector data maps there. Bing Maps is constantly working with it's data providers to improve it's data globally, including providing better coastline data.


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Just to add to Nathan's response, leaflet also doesn't store the tiles, it simply accesses them after it calls the REST imagery metadata service when the map loads to generate a Bing Maps transaction. This is inline with the terms of use of Bing Maps. I have a document that outlines this process here: ...


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The leaflet-bing-layer plugin requires a valid Bing Maps key, which means that all tiles are obtained via "an authenticated call to the Services." Thus, it complies with the terms of use. The Leaflet plugin just simplifies interaction with the Bing Maps API. The developer is still subject to all the usage limits/restrictions that normally apply to the API, ...


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If you're looking to add the ESRI basemaps to QGIS, follow the steps in this blogpost using the QGIS Python console: Copy and paste this code into the QGIS Python Console: Adds ESRI_Imagery_World_2D service: ...



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