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September 24, 2015
Need a Custom Windows Mobile App? Build with SuperGIS Mobile Engine!

September 24, 2015 — Start make your own application on Windows Mobile Platform! Supergeo recently announced an update version of SuperGIS Mobile Engine, which greatly enhances the accessibility, the reliability and most of all, the security to help protect your masterpiece. With the brand new licensing mechanism, developers can easily build up their working environment as well as the deployment package for their clients and find more profit with simple workflow.
SuperGIS Mobile Engine 3 is a mobile GIS SDK for Window Mobile platform. With the high flexible development structure, nearly 100 out-of-the-box toolbar buttons and development sample instruction, you can develop intuitive and ideal mobile GIS applications effortlessly to improve your work efficiency. SuperGIS Mobile Engine also allows developer to deploy applications on a large scale with lower cost to maximize the profit. Additionally, you can create GIS toolsets and have they embedded within the software you have as extensions, which help saving huge budget and bring more possibilities to your existed mobile applications.
With the update version of SuperGIS Mobile Engine, all the components that have been upgraded now came with the compatibility to support .Net Compact Framework 3.5. Map Control, GPS Control and other toolbar components, which have also been refined to provide better and easier way to use. As the licensing mechanism changes, in addition to applying Developer License to build up the development environment, developers can also utilize another individual license called SuperGIS Mobile Engine Runtime that can be applied on any test machine for debugging. This renewed licensing mechanism will also help protect the distribution of application as deployment, for each of the copy of the deploy version will need a SuperGIS Mobile Engine Runtime license to run, greatly helping developer to control and manage their precious works while making more profit safely with lower risk.
For more information, please visit Supergeo website, http://www.supergeotek.com/ProductPage_SGME3.aspx
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