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Decoded

September
21
Geocoding — translating addresses into coordinates — and Geofencing — defining geographic areas to simplify location tracking — are key location technologies for fleet management software. We'll explain how you can use them to build business-critical apps.
logistics Geocoding Mobility
Build Different

September
19
Spring Boot is an open-source Java-based framework used to build apps. While the TomTom Maps SDK for Web is a JavaScript library, we’ll look at how to incorporate it into a Spring Boot application using the Spring MVC and the Thymeleaf template engine that will generate the HTML and JavaScript from the server side.
web Maps Code
Decoded

September
16
The TomTom Location History service, along with the Geofencing API, provides crucial details about fleet movement for a business. We'll look at how developers can harness them to build smart fleet-tracking apps.
web Maps Code
Spotlight

September
11
August was packed with tutorials to help you build. Read this post to check out the blogs, YouTube videos, Twitch devisodes, and events from TomTom Developers during the month of August, and catch up on anything you may have missed.
web Maps Code
Build Different

September
08
The TomTom Maps SDK lets you build apps that provide excellent, up-to-date map, routing, and navigation information. It's also really easy to layer third-party data on TomTom maps to build apps that go beyond simple maps and routes. For example, we can combine a map with current weather data and visual map tiles from the OpenWeatherMap API to build an interesting project that is valuable to drivers on the road.
web Maps Code
Build Different

September
03
With TomTom Maps SDK for Web and the Routing API, we can access custom styling options for route sections. This lets us apply custom styling for segments along a route based on the section type. In this article, we’ll show you how you can apply custom styling to route sections based on the metadata that routing requests return.
web Maps Code
Build Different

August
27
Fitness apps for runners, bikers, and hikers can collect useful information, including location data. Strava is a popular service used by athletes to track running, biking, and other exercise. And the cool thing is, Strava provides an API that lets you use that workout information in your own apps. The TomTom location APIs and Maps SDKs make it easy to incorporate location and routing information into almost any app. In this example we'll take route data from Strava and plot it on a web page with TomTom Maps SDK for Web.
Maps web Code
Build Different

August
22
Layers in a map are totally open to manipulation. In this article, we'll take a look at the mechanics of layers and how you can use features of the TomTom Maps SDKs and Map Display API to manipulate layers, add and remove layers, toggle layer visibility, and create custom styling for layers, so you can quickly adapt TomTom maps to the needs of your application.
Maps web Code
Build Different

August
19
The TomTom Location History API provides a one-stop service for tracking objects over time. Combined with the Geofencing API, you can create sophisticated applications that turn location data points into actionable fleet intelligence. We'll show you how these APIs work together.
Maps web Code
Build Different

August
12
It's easy to integrate the TomTom Maps SDK for Web into web apps built on HTML, CSS, and JavaScript — including popular JavaScript frameworks like Angular. In a previous article, we built the basic application. In this installment we add some more sophisticated features.
Maps web Code