Teaching Bing Maps Ajax SDK in A Web Programming Course
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Wu, P. (2010). Teaching Bing Maps Ajax SDK in A Web Programming Course. In Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 2010 (pp. 920-926). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.
Retrieved from http://www.editlib.org/p/34744.
Embedding a dynamic map on a web page to facilitate the search of a business operation location has become a common practice to companies with e-business web sites. Web developers need the skill to use software development kits (SDKs), such as Microsoft’s Bing Maps, to create web applications that enable viewers to map business locations. Yet, this is not a topic taught in traditional web programming courses. In this paper, the author introduces Bing Maps AJAX SDK and describes how to prepare lecture handouts and hands-on learning activities as well as coding assignments to teach students the development of Web-based mapping applications in a college web programming class. The author shares his experience on teaching Bing Maps AJAX controls, discusses the benefits of teaching it, and explains how this topic applies to the development of e-business/e-commerce web sites.
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