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March
04
If you're a train or bus commuter, knowing the real-time location and time to arrival of the next ride are crucial data points. The Bay Area Rapid Transit system (BART) provides open train information in the real-time GTFS-RT format. In this article we'll examine the data BART provides, then we'll use public BART APIs and the TomTom Maps SDK to create a real-time commute map.
Maps Traffic web
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July
31
Modern web standards allow developers to deliver location-aware features to users based on device GPS or network information. This information could be useful on its own — but, when combined with a mapping service, this information enables many additional interesting features. This tutorial will describe how to build a responsive web application with a point of interest (POI) location search feature using the React web framework and the TomTom Search API.
web Maps Code
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July
24
The TomTom Maps SDK for Web provides great default search results on a map display. But if you want to have more manual control over which markers are displayed and what they look like, use the searchMarkersManager JavaScript snippet provided with the Maps SDK for Web samples. In this article we'll explain what customizations you can make to marker displays and walk through an example using searchMarkersManager, a helpful class that exists in the TomTom Maps SDK Examples code download package.
Maps web Code
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July
20
If you're building a website that needs mapping and location capabilities, the TomTom Maps SDK for Web provides powerful, easy-to-implement traffic, routing, and search capabilities. Even if you've started an app on a different platform, it's easy to migrate to the TomTom Maps SDK. We'll show you how to migrate an existing MapBox GL JS app to use TomTom APIs in just a few minutes.
web Maps Code
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July
14
TomTom Location History API services offer the ability to build applications based on object location histories. The Location History service can potentially be used for managing vehicle fleets, handling optimal taxi pickup locations, and for delivering on-demand services. This article introduces you to some of the concepts behind location history services and provides an overview of the services and endpoints provided by the Location History APIs.
Maps Code web
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June
23
The TomTom Maps SDK makes adding maps to web apps easy. Angular, the popular web application framework, takes much of the pain out of creating data driven websites. And it's simple to use the Maps SDK for Web with Angular to create data-driven apps.
Maps web Code
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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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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
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October
31
Most mapping apps use default map styling. The Map Styler tool for the new TomTom JavaScript Maps SDK for Web makes it easy to create totally custom style templates that you can apply to your maps. What better way to demonstrate than to walk you through the process of creating a custom Halloween theme.
Maps web Code
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October
17
Our location services and the Maps SDK for Web make it easy for programmers to create location-aware visualizations. In this tutorial we’ll walk through an application that uses a public data set of film locations in New York City to display these locations and information about them on a map. We'll also look at the techniques you can use to understand and convert other data sources to similar mapping displays, even if they don't include latitude and longitude coordinates.
Maps Geocoding web