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Location-Aware Programming: Visualizing Bing Routes on Windows Phone 7

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Learn how to bring location-aware features into your Windows Phone 7 applications and visualize routes and locations in different ways as you build an app that shows you the location of nearby restaurants.

Sandrino Di Mattia

MSDN Magazine May 2011

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