One common request I get is for information on how to dynamically update the map with data as the user moves the map.Many people will attach to the viewchange event which will result in a large number of requests being made to a very poor performance.
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Here is a full working sample that uses the Navteq EU data source and updates the map with nearby ATM’s as you move the map.
This uses the Bing Spatial Data Services Query API.
3) In radio and television, a channel is a separate incoming signal or program source that a user can select.
4) In optical fiber transmission using dense wavelength-division multiplexing (DWDM), a channel is a separate wavelength of light within a combined, multiplexed light stream.Let's play a bit with the string type, using As you can see using the SET and the GET commands are the way we set and retrieve a string value.Note that SET will replace any existing value already stored into the key, in the case that the key already exists, even if the key is associated with a non-string value. Values can be strings (including binary data) of every kind, for instance you can store a jpeg image inside a value. The SET command has interesting options, that are provided as additional arguments.The throttled part will help reduce the number of events fired.For example, if a user were to continuously pan the map they would for an instance stop panning to move the mouse back to the other side of the map. By adding a throttle the event will be delayed before being fired, and if the user does not continue moving the map before this delay is up, the event will fire.Related terms include: clear channel, channel extender, Fibre Channel, Fibre Channel over IP, channel associated signaling, and channel bank.