Mapping and Location in WP - by Nick Randolph
A previous article demonstrated how to retrieve location information from a Windows Phone using the GeoCoordinateWatcher, and how to present this information within your application using the Bing Map control. We're going to extend this example to show how to wire up a collection of points, and how you can customize how each of these points are displayed.
To begin with, we need some data to display. In this case, the data set (Listing 1) is a static array of Australia's capital cities.
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