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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
Decoded

October
22
Mapcodes are a free, open way to make every house or location on Earth addressable by a short code. With nothing else except your mapcode, a navigation system will bring someone to within meters of your front door. It’s easier to remember than coordinates, and in many cases more accurate than a street address. In this article, we’ll take a closer look at Mapcode and demonstrate how the TomTom Search API provides direct support for finding locations with mapcodes.
Maps Geocoding Search GIS
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August
06
How do you take a round object and display it accurately on a flat surface? TomTom's location services employ a Spherical Mercator projection of the earth's surface to create the underlying map representation used by the services. The map data is further delineated by zoom levels and tile grids that provide the exact visual representation you need to display a map.
Maps GIS Code