Hi,

Am new to wpf, doing one product which have to show a map in offline mode with marker which will show my current location.am really clueless. is there any way to achieve this.?.thanks in advance.

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what is wpf and how is this related to OpenStreetMap? It would also be good if you could read a bit in the older questions (e.g. just click on the tags below your question text) and ask more specific where your problem is.

In general: you can do nearly everything based on OSM data because you've got access and permission) to the raw data. So, yes, there surely is a "way to achieve this".

(05 Feb '16, 09:54) aseerel4c26 ♦
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For info for anyone wondering, WPF is Windows Presentation Framework:

https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/aa970268%28v=vs.110%29.aspx

Several WPF questions have been asked before:

https://help.openstreetmap.org/search/?q=wpf&Submit=search&t=question

but most of the developers here able to help are focused on other platforms or cross-platform development, so you're more likely to get help on somewhere that has WPF experts who might know a bit about accessing maps, than the other way around. Not saying that the current situation's a good or a bad one; just trying to help to get you to a solution.

(05 Feb '16, 11:31) SomeoneElse ♦
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