Burlington, MA (PRWEB) March 1, 2006
The Carbon Project today announced that The Carbon Portal, home of the Open-Geospatial .NET Community, has grown to over 2000 registered users in just six months after launch. The Carbon Portal is located at http://www.TheCarbonPortal.net and provides an online resource where anyone can join at no cost, download free tools, exchange ideas and software code and find support among others seeking to advance location-based interoperability for Microsoft .NET.
The Carbon Project’s flagship product, CarbonTools, is available as a free download on The Carbon Portal and provides a powerful API for bringing location-based content into .NET. CarbonTools is a powerful enhancement to the Microsoft .NET framework that allows software developers to enhance their solutions with geospatial interoperability. For example, software developers can now easily plug into an infrastructure of online weather, imagery, traffic, real-estate, aeronautical, emergency alert and other content. Other Open-Geospatial .NET tools including CarbonArc Lite for ArcGIS and the Gaia geospatial web browser are also available as free downloads on The Carbon Portal.
For more information or to join the Open-Geospatial .NET Community please visit http://www.TheCarbonPortal.net.
The Carbon Project is a Microsoft Certified Partner and ESRI Business Partner that pioneers innovative geospatial solutions and aspires to make location-based information accessible and usable to everyone, everywhere. For more information please visit http://www.TheCarbonProject.com.
CarbonTools, The Carbon Project, The Carbon Portal, CarbonArc, CarbonArc Lite, Gaia and Open-Geospatial .NET are trademarks of Carbon Project, Inc. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
# # #