New Google Maps to Azure Maps Migration Guide
News|20 December 2019
Microsoft has released a tutorial on how to migrate web, mobile and server-based applications from Google Maps to the Microsoft Azure Maps platform. The tutorial includes comparative code samples, migration suggestions, and best practices for migrating to Azure Maps.
Azure Maps provides developers from all industries powerful geospatial capabilities, with the regularly updated map data to provide geographic context for web and mobile applications. Azure Maps has an Azure One API compliant set of REST APIs for Maps, Search, Routing, Traffic, Time Zones, Geolocation, Geofencing, Map Data, and Spatial Operations accompanied by both web and Android SDKs to make development easy, flexible, and portable across multiple platforms.
Click the links below to access the Migration Guide library:
Read the Migration Guide here
Read How to Migrate an Android app from Google Maps here
Read Getting Started with Azure Maps Android SDK here
For more information about Azure Maps, contact our team of Azure and mapping specialists:
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