New MapQuest ActionScript APIs including a new enterprise offering

Early this morning, I added 29 new samples in Tour de Flex that were provided by MapQuest to show off their new APIs.   There are some really cool new capabilities so check them out!

MapQuest is hosting a webinar on November 18th  at 11AM EST and December 2nd at 11AM EST.  To sign up, go to http://platform.mapquest.com/webinar-interest.html

Here is some additional information directly from MapQuest:

MapQuest is committed to providing the best mapping experience in the Flex environment and are continuing to innovate our AS3 and Flex toolkits.  MapQuest provides not only mapping, but industry-leading geocoding, routing and spatial search capabilities, all within easy-to-use Flex components that allow for drag and drop creation of your mapping interface.

We have also been hard at work on Version 6 of our platform.

Last month we released a new Directions web service, available on our Developer Network , and this week, we also launched the new Geocoding service.

Don’t forget to check out our beta page to use the new MapQuest map style, try draggable routes in the latest beta of the AS3/Flex 6.0 SDK, and see what other new services and SDKs we are busy rolling out!

The MapQuest Platform is available to everyone for free (Free Edition).  The Enterprise Edition includes everything available for free, plus account management, live support, service level commitments and  enhanced data offerings.  If you wish to try the full power of the Enterprise Edition before buying, A Developer License is also freely available and can be accessed here.

Premium Data Sets are also available with MapQuest Platform Enterprise Edition, for both display and search.  Datasets in North America include business listings, neighborhoods, parcels, zip codes, counties, demographics, school districts and school points.  See more at http://platform.mapquest.com.

Questions?  Send them to sales@mapquest.com and you’ll see how easy it is to work with MapQuest!

~ by gregorywilson on November 11, 2009.

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