Posts tagged ‘GPS’

Using timezone webservice without WSDL

The great site offers some webservices. One of these is called timezone and will give you the timezone information for a given geographic Latitude and Longitude. With a GPS enabled Windows Mobile device you can so query the webservice and get timezone informations for the current location.

Unfortunately the webservice does not offer WSDL and so you have to write your own wrapper class. I wrote a small class that does the HttpWebRequest and decodes the xml reponse for easy use in your application.

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Enhanced GPS sample

First, the GPS sample provided by MS is a very good starting point for C# programmers getting GPS to work. GREAT!

I used the sample and modded it to get more informations on the screen.

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