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Spotlight

November
30
This month we expanded our focus on fleet management software and logistics tools to dive deep into location services for on-demand and delivery apps. For a recap of blogs, YouTube videos, Twitch Devisodes, and events from TomTom Developers that you may have missed in November, keep reading!
Spotlight

November
03
October was packed with more fleet management tips and tools for developers. Keep reading for a recap of blogs, YouTube videos, Twitch Devisodes, and events from TomTom Developers that you may have missed this past month.
Build Different

October
30
In a previous article, we showed how to use the TomTom Android SDK to build an application for truck drivers. In this article, we will extend the previous project by adding waypoints, custom section styles for different road types, and points of interest (POI).
Build Different

October
16
In the last few years, Flutter has become one of the most popular cross-platform frameworks in the world. It allows users to create an application with one code base. We’ve created a simple map application which uses an open source flutter plugin that implements the JavaScript Leaflet library functionalities and allows users to display a raster map from multiple providers inside the flutter screen.
Build Different

October
08
In a previous article we saw how Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) supplied transit information to applications through APIs and General Transit Feed Specification Real-Time (GTFS-RT) data to grab station locations and train Estimated Time of Departure (ETD) data and use the TomTom Maps SDK to create a real-time commute map.
Spotlight

September
30
September was all about fun side projects and fleet management tools for developers. Read on for a recap of the blogs, YouTube videos, Twitch Devisodes, and events from TomTom Developers you may have missed this past month.
Build Different

September
19
Spring Boot is an open-source Java-based framework used to build apps. While the TomTom Maps SDK for Web is a JavaScript library, we’ll look at how to incorporate it into a Spring Boot application using the Spring MVC and the Thymeleaf template engine that will generate the HTML and JavaScript from the server side.
Decoded

September
16
The TomTom Location History service, along with the Geofencing API, provides crucial details about fleet movement for a business. We'll look at how developers can harness them to build smart fleet-tracking apps.
Spotlight

September
11
August was packed with tutorials to help you build. Read this post to check out the blogs, YouTube videos, Twitch devisodes, and events from TomTom Developers during the month of August, and catch up on anything you may have missed.
Build Different

September
03
With TomTom Maps SDK for Web and the Routing API, we can access custom styling options for route sections. This lets us apply custom styling for segments along a route based on the section type. In this article, we’ll show you how you can apply custom styling to route sections based on the metadata that routing requests return.