Services. Maps Namespace
The Windows.Services.Maps namespace contains classes that provide location, routing, and geocoding services.
Represents a stop, start, or intermediate waypoint that a route must pass through.
Represents a potential issue along a route leg.
Represents an address.
Represents a geographic location.
Provides methods to convert addresses to geographic locations (geocoding) and to convert geographic locations to addresses (reverse geocoding).
Returns the result of a MapLocationFinder query.
Displays the UI that lets users download maps for offline use, or update maps that were previously downloaded.
Represents a path to be traveled between two or more waypoints.
Represents advanced routing options.
Gets a route.
Returns the result of a MapRouteFinder query.
Represents the set of actions (maneuvers) required to travel between two waypoints along a route.
Represents actions to be taken along the path of a route leg.
Communicates with the online map services.
Displays a map location and information that describes that location in a light-dismissible window which closes automatically when the user clicks outside of the window.
Represents the information about a map location that your app can show in a light-dismissible window within your app.
Specifies the type of potential issue along a route leg.
Specifies the severity of a potential issue along a route leg.
Indicates the desired accuracy to use when converting latitude and longitude coordinates to a physical location like a city or address.
Specifies whether to use online or offline map data.
Specifies the level of traffic congestion along a map route or route leg.
Specifies the type of waypoint.
Your Universal Windows app must be authenticated before it can use the MapControl and map services in the Windows.Services.Maps namespace. To authenticate your app, you must specify a maps authentication key.