5 Cool Ways to Use Maps APIs
APIs are designed to help developers build applications easier and faster, and SDKs help speed up the process by turning some of the most complex APIs into even easier-to-use functions. We’ll take a look at some of the most interesting ideas we see the TomTom Maps SDK for Web being used for and how to implement them.
Apr 12, 2023 · 9 min read
Create a Custom TomTom Map to Match Your Brand
Most mapping APIs include generic features that might not align with your brand identity. Fortunately, TomTom’s Map Styler tool alleviates that challenge. It allows customizing colors, visibility of items, and more. In this article, we’ll explore how the Map Styler works.
Jul 13, 2022·8 mins read
Mapping America’s Haunted Places with Custom Elements
Happy Halloween, devs! This year we mapped some of the most haunted places on the west coast using our Map Styler and added custom fonts and markers to create a very minimal, but very spooky, map look. Keep reading to see how we did it, and then keep your eyes peeled for some scary stories on the haunted sites themselves!
Oct 29, 2021·4 mins read
Using Merged Styles in TomTom Maps
With the release of TomTom Maps SDK for Web v6, you can now edit base map styles and traffic layer styles. We'll show how quick it is to create a map with multiple layers, and how to customize the look for each layer.
May 19, 2021·6 mins read
5 Ways to Create a Unique Map Experience with TomTom Maps APIs
The way your map looks and feels doesn’t just affect the visual appeal, but also the user experience. Here are five ways to customize your map using TomTom Maps APIs to stand out from the crowd, and keep your customers and clients happy – or just have some fun and level up your next project!
May 13, 2021·5 mins read
Creating a Map with the TomTom Map Styler: Step by Step
The TomTom Map Styler makes it easy to customize how many features are accessed and displayed on your map — from label text to roads and geography. We'll walk you through the basics of using the Map Styler.
Feb 11, 2021·7 mins read