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You didn't mentioned how you're initiating the ward area polygon layer. Let's assume, if you're using cartodb.createlayer function, setting up infowindow:false hides the infowindow for this layer cartodb.createLayer(map, 'url_to_polygon_layer', {infowindow:false}).addTo(map) Same way if you're using cartodb.createVis, passing infowindow:false would hide ...


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I finally figured it out: The real problem was that I stored the coordinates with latitude as the first value. That is the way Google Earth or Google Maps need the values, but it is WRONG for PostGIS. The coordinates need to be stored as (lon,lat). The way I did it, distances were calculated for the sea near Somalia. :P Now the distance calculations ...


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According to the TOU for Bing Maps, Microsoft may collect information such as, but not limited to, an end user’s IP address, requests, time of submissions and the results returned to the user, in connection with transaction requests to the Services. All access to and use of the Services is subject to the data practices set forth in the then-current ...


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I don't know much about Bing Maps API, but Google Maps APIs is definitely something you should bring to your client's attention PRIOR to signing the contract. From this article you can see that points like: Users will lose their privacy to some degree Google will use your data You have to use Google's logo Terms of use may change anytime so you can never ...


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I suspect the issue relates to the very real difference existing between geometry objects, existing on a plane map surface, and geography objects, existing on a curved globe surface. It is always more accurate (but slower) to do calculations with geography types on a globe. Projecting features from a globe onto a plane always incurs distortion. Looking at ...


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We have developed a simlar Android Application that shows Map data in an offline Mode. To show the map, we used the Google Maps API for Android; The data came from a couple of MBtiles files. We used the code from https://github.com/cocoahero/android-gmaps-addons to display the tiles from MbTiles on to the map. In your case, the tiles are created by ArcGIS ...



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