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June
26
Geofencing involves defining an area with a virtual "fence" boundary, then tracking device locations to determine whether they’re inside or outside a geofenced area. TomTom provides a Geofencing service that provides APIs for creating and managing geofencing projects, objects to be tracked, and defining the geofences themselves. In this article we'll take a look at the TomTom Geofencing service from a developer's point of view, covering the elements of the service and APIs.
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June
23
The TomTom Maps SDK makes adding maps to web apps easy. Angular, the popular web application framework, takes much of the pain out of creating data driven websites. And it's simple to use the Maps SDK for Web with Angular to create data-driven apps.
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June
19
Electric vehicles (EVs) are increasingly popular, but have specific routing challenges based on range and charging station availability. In a previous article, we discussed what you need to know about TomTom Search and Routing APIs and the new Long Distance EV Routing service to supply routing and charging information to EV owners. Now we’re going to use those APIs and the TomTom Maps SDK for Web to build the app.
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June
08
CARTO is a popular location intelligence platform which allows users to create map visualizations with an easy setup which doesn’t require background programming or cartographic knowledge. It harnesses data science functionality to let users select from popular data tables, or import their own. If you regularly create projects for web and/or mobile platforms with TomTom, you can use TomTom maps as a basemap within the CARTO platform itself to keep your projects and visualizations consistent.
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June
16
By 2040, more than half of all vehicles sold are expected to be electric. But today, Electric vehicle (EV) owners often struggle to plan trips that ensure timely and convenient access to charging facilities. In this article, the first part of a series, we'll explore how developers can use the EV Routing Service to easily create engaging and helpful applications that help EV owners plan travel routes that include charging stops.
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May
27
TomTom recently partnered with Foursquare to grow the coverage, quality, and reliability of our POIs. This tutorial will go over the APIs to use that will best allow you to create powerful search offerings in your applications, including POI Details and how to get photos and extended information from POIs.
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May
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In this tutorial, we’ll make it easy for you to write a brief code project which allows you to specify the size, zoom, and city focus of a map image you wish to generate. Using a simple API call, you can generate a static map image of the location of your choosing straight from the command line, and save the image file for future use.
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May
04
The TomTom Maps SDK for iOS makes it easy to take advantage of TomTom location APIs when you're building iOS apps for iPhones and iPads. The SDK handles the nitty gritty details of talking to the TomTom APIs so you can focus on building your app. To make sure you get started off right, this article guides you through getting your iOS project set up and running with the TomTom Maps SDK using Swift, and includes an example of adding a map view to your project.
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April
27
Adding a map to a website has never been easier. With TomTom’s Maps SDK for Web, you can quickly add a map element to your project with access to all of the TomTom location, routing, and traffic APIs. All that’s required is a basic HTML document, the Maps SDK, and a few simple lines of JavaScript code. In this article, we’ll show you how to get a map running in a few easy steps.
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May
01
The TomTom Maps SDK for Android is a great way to add TomTom API services to your Android app. In this article, we'll walk you through the project setup process, and we'll create a basic app that displays a map with the user’s current position marked. This example Android application provides a jumping off point for many potential location-aware apps using TomTom location services.