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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.
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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.
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November
16
The TomTom Maps SDK for Web offers the easiest way to access the TomTom APIs for displaying maps along with other data sources. In this article, we'll build a map that displays the population density of the USA in the form of a heatmap. You'll see that it's remarkably easy to grab an external data source and use it to display custom layers on a map.
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October
31
Most mapping apps use default map styling. The Map Styler tool for the new TomTom JavaScript Maps SDK for Web makes it easy to create totally custom style templates that you can apply to your maps. What better way to demonstrate than to walk you through the process of creating a custom Halloween theme.
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October
17
Our location services and the Maps SDK for Web make it easy for programmers to create location-aware visualizations. In this tutorial we’ll walk through an application that uses a public data set of film locations in New York City to display these locations and information about them on a map. We'll also look at the techniques you can use to understand and convert other data sources to similar mapping displays, even if they don't include latitude and longitude coordinates.
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October
08
Web Components are an HTML standard that provide a great way to create reusable components that will work nicely with any web framework — or no framework at all. With Web Components, you can create a map component that’s easy to plug into any web page. This article will show how to embed a map in a Web Component using
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October
04
Whether your building an application or creating art, the Map Styler enables you to create beautiful maps and add it to your project. Learn how to build a customized map using TomTom's Map Styler with this quick tutorial on how to modify your map to build a simple, modern, black and white map of your favorite city.
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September
20
SwiftUI is Apple's latest and greatest interface for creating application interfaces. It's easy to adapt UIKit components like the TomTom Maps SDK for iOS for use with SwiftUI by using the UiViewRepresentable protocol. This article will show how to use SwiftUI to embed a TomTom Map in an iOS app, the basic building block for almost any mapping application.
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September
18
With more Electric Vehicles available on the market, TomTom helps developers build applications to prevent and minimize the range anxiety derived from planning long distance routes. We demonstrate the new Web SDK from TomTom and how to integrate consumption models in the route and charging station calculations.
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September
13
TomTom JavaScript Maps SDK for Web 5.0 includes support for new mapping capabilities including the ability to rotate the map and the ability to change the map’s tilt programmatically. There’s even a new flyTo mode that animates the transition between views. In this article, we’ll build an application using the TomTom JavaScript Maps SDK for Web and write code to demonstrate how to set the map location, orientation, and perspective.