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Microsoft.Phone.Controls.Maps.MapItemsControl

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Can someone please offer an example using MapItemsControl in VB.net.

I need to create the control (does it have to be done in xaml or can it be done in vb?)

and add pushpins.   Nothing fancy no bindings just something like


myMapItemsControl.addPushPin(PId, Lat, Long)


Thanks
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this c# example but it easy to understand:
you can use c# to vb.net  inline converter  for the code:
Add a Simple PushPin with Bing Maps
http://beta.c-sharpcorner.com/UploadFile/cd3310/add-a-simple-pushpin-windows-phone-7-application-using-bing/
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Ah.... I need MapItemsControl as I will be wanting to connect it to SQL server datasource later.
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arg!  vb.net is so dead..Time to buy some books I think :(
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