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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.
Routing Search Code
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May
12
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.
Maps Code Python
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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.
Maps iOS Code
Spotlight

April
21
Our TomTom Developer Advocates will be leading live webinars on how to get started using the TomTom APIs. Expect discussions about maps, directions, fleet management and more. This is a unique way to get inspired to build new projects and an opportunity to learn how to simplify advanced mapping topics. We’ll also delve into topics related to ond demand, routing for EVs, geofencing and privacy, and easy setup with mapping for web development.
Code Community
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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.
Maps Code web
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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.
Maps android Code
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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
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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.
Search API Maps API Code
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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.
Maps GIS Code
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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.
Maps web Code