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Build Different

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.
Perspective

May
15
Areas with disputed borders, regions, and other inter- or intra- national conflicts have a difficult time appealing to both worldwide developers and those local to the issues themselves. Some mapping services enforce views based on the user’s location, but with TomTom, you can customize the views displayed on your website’s map to fit your user’s needs best.
Build Different

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.
Build Different

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.
Build Different

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.
Decoded

May
19
In this article we'll take a closer look at POIs from a developer's perspective, examining the various ways you can use places in your apps, as well as walking through the tools and technologies TomTom offers for finding and displaying places.
Decoded

March
20
Learn not only about how to designate which websites are allowed to use your key to access your API, but also tips and tricks on keeping your code organized when using more than one mapping component – utilizing multiple keys for multiple platforms, uses, and situations that help you stay on track!
Spotlight

March
14
Within Maps Marker Pro, the #1 mapping plugin for Wordpress, users can use TomTom Maps APIs for location sharing, geocoding, and more.
Perspective

January
28
Logistics is often thought of as planes, trains, and freight trucks, but any company or organization that moves things or people from one place to another is involved in logistics. We’ll examine five innovative ways developers can use TomTom mapping APIs and SDKs to provide more effective planning, visualization, insights, and information in the field of logistics.
Build Different

January
14
If you're looking to open a restaurant you'll need to take into consideration location and where competitors are. By using surrounding data and demographic data you can create map that helps you visualize the best location to open up your restaurant.