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How to: Add a Map Control via XAML

This is a short introductory example, which describes how to add a Map Control to your WPF application in a XAML designer.

  • Run MS Visual Studio 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017 or 2019.
  • Create a new WPF Application project or open an existing one.
  • Open the Solution Explorer, right-click References and choose Add Reference... to add the Map Control Library.

  • Then, locate the DevExpress.Xpf.Map.v19.2 assembly and click it.

    Repeat this step to add the DevExpress.Data.v19.2 and DevExpress.Map.v19.2.Core references.

    Click OK to apply changes and close the window.

  • Switch to the XAML designer. And add a Map control to the window.
  • The XAML should look like following. If it does not, overwrite XAML with the following.

That's all - the MapControl has been added to your application.

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