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Perspective

February
13
Most of us online don’t properly know when, where, or how our data is being collected by a website, and never read the “Privacy Policies” that are meant to spell out, in very difficult English, our own rights to our data. Developers who craft these sites are equally victimized, but have the power to change how data is collected and stored across the web. At the end of the day, engineers decide what information is really necessary to run applications the world over, and what feeds into the personal data ocean.
Thought Leadership Privacy
Perspective

January
28
Logistics is often thought of as planes, trains, and freight trucks, but any company or organization that moves things or people from one place to another is involved in logistics. We’ll examine five innovative ways developers can use TomTom mapping APIs and SDKs to provide more effective planning, visualization, insights, and information in the field of logistics.
Maps
Build Different

January
21
The Routing API contains a few unique parameters which allow developers to create unique journeys for their users, so that drivers have the freedom to explore new terrains and scenic routes by car while navigating safely to their destination. In this article, I’ll explain how to implement these features, what they do, and how they affect the driver’s experience.
Code Routing
Build Different

January
14
If you're looking to open a restaurant you'll need to take into consideration location and where competitors are. By using surrounding data and demographic data you can create map that helps you visualize the best location to open up your restaurant.
Data Science Maps Search
Spotlight

January
07
Yellow Pages is a digital media and marketing solutions leader that allows users to search for phone listings and local business locations. They are now using the TomTom Maps Search API to geocode millions of addresses a year. Yellow Pages geocodes these addresses to produce a geospatial location and perform address resolution
Customers Community
Perspective

December
20
As 2019 comes to a close, our Developer Relations Leadership Team took some time to reflect on the past year. They discuss our team's successes and failures throughout the year and how those learnings helped us shaped our goals for for our developer community in 2020.
Community
Decoded

December
10
Geofencing lets us create virtual boundaries on a map that can track assets and enable us to connect our users to the things that matter the most to them. Learn more about what geofencing really is, why it’s important to use and more importantly, how simple it is to create your own geofence.
Maps Geocoding Geofencing
Build Different

December
06
TomTom's Search API with autocomplete enables you to provide more meaningful results to your application's users. Take a look on how you can improve your search results within your app.
Search API Maps API Code
Build Different

November
22
Geographic Information System (GIS) data can come in a lot of forms, which can lead to confusion in how to represent data. One popular solution is GeoJSON, a data standard that was created by the Internet Engineering Task Force and defines a way to organize GIS data in the JSON format natively supported by the majority of web development languages, libraries, and frameworks. In this article we’ll look at the GeoJSON format, then use a GeoJSON data set to draw regional borders on a map with TomTom JavaScript Maps SDK for Web.
Maps GIS Code
Spotlight

November
19
Pip Pip Yalah is the largest ridesharing app in Morocco with over 300,000 users. Founded in 2013, the company started as a Facebook group that connected drivers and passengers. As the group grew, so did the need for an easier way to grab a ride which led the CEO and Founder, Hicham Zouaoui, to create a mobile app for users.
Community