Monthly Archive for February, 2010

AGI Components for Silverlight?

I recently created a build of AGI Components for the Microsoft Silverlight platform and showed it to a few folks internally. We're considering turning it into a product. It would be a great complement to the Bing Maps Silverlight Control:

Or the ArcGIS API for Silverlight:

If this is exciting to you, I want to hear from you!

The list of platforms where you can use the analysis capabilities of AGI Components is growing to be quite impressive: .NET, Java, and MATLAB for starters. Both the .NET and Java versions can be used on Windows, Linux, and Solaris.

AGI Components for .NET can also be used on the Apple iPhone and iPad via MonoTouch. The rumor is that MonoTouch will be available for Android soon, at which point AGI Components should run there, too! If you're interested in using AGI Components with MonoTouch, please drop me a line.

AGI Components for .NET can run on Windows Mobile as well. And because the recently announced Windows Phone 7 Series is likely to be based on Silverlight, there's a good chance AGI Components will run there, too.

No matter what your target platform, operating system, or device, there's probably an AGI Components for you!