Give your user visually rich GIS experience with mouse wheel scrolling, dynamic refreshes, track zooming, animation effects and more
A full suite of basic yet essential map controls come built right in
Shapefile, TAB, KML, File Geodatabase, SQL Server, GeoTIFF, MrSid and many more
Create infinitely scalable maps with customizable zoom levels
Makes it easy to call out points of interest and display contextual information
Many different map styles are available to display your data in a compelling way
A great way to visualize breaks between different groups of data
Consume pre-generated tiles from high-performance WMTS servers
Includes a robust printing API for creating hardcopies of your maps at any size
Map Suite WinForms Desktop Edition includes several full-featured kick-start templates that you can use as a base for your own projects
Map Suite was designed using the most stringent development methodologies available, resulting in a highly extensible GIS framework backed by a battery of test cases.
ThinkGeo's professional support staff is always on hand to back you up. Every Map Suite .NET GIS component comes with a complimentary, one-year Software Assurance Plan.
Watch our 60-second videos or visit the Map Suite list of shared features for more
API reference, sample code, change logs and much more make our wiki the perfect learning resource.
Open 24 hours a day! Ask questions and get support from our dev team and other Map Suite users.
These illustrated guides to building your first Map Suite application will have you up and running in no time.
Help us write the roadmap for Map Suite by adding your ideas for new features and voting for your favorites.
Our support ticket system gives you individual, priority support when you need it most.
"The ThinkGeo Map Control is just great! The best part is that this control is well-integrated into the .NET Framework, which gave us a whole new dimension to work with, not to mention add onto."
Marketing Systems Group
Map Suite WinForms Desktop Edition 126.96.36.199
Released June 9, 2014