09-17-2017 05:41 PM
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I am able to display the device location of my surface pro as long as I have an internet connection. I would like to be able to show a GPS position using the nifty animation on the same device but the coordinates and heading would be coming from a local socket (port) from a GPS device.

Is there anyway to so this. I looked at the GPS demo and the program generates a moving animation from parsing a GPS file. So this should be possible to do. I have written the code that gets the heading, late, and lon but I have no idea how to set the coordinates and pass in the location so that the program would use my data and not the data from the device.

Help please.

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There's a full sample here of a location provider based on a Serial-port based NMEA GPS Device:


The location datasource provider specifically is here: https://github.com/dotMorten/NmeaParser/blob/ArcGISLocationProvider/src/SampleApp.Store/SampleApp.St...

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