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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.
Maps Code web
Spotlight

April
21
Our TomTom Developer Advocates will be leading live webinars on how to get started using the TomTom APIs. Expect discussions about maps, directions, fleet management and more. This is a unique way to get inspired to build new projects and an opportunity to learn how to simplify advanced mapping topics. We’ll also delve into topics related to ond demand, routing for EVs, geofencing and privacy, and easy setup with mapping for web development.
Code Community
Build Different

March
24
The Routing API is a powerful tool which can be used to get accurate directions for diverse types of vehicles-- with routes like the fastest, shortest, and most exciting. But one overlooked feature from the API is the option to fetch a summary of the requested routes. The Matrix Routing API lets us fetch different summaries with a single call, where we can get ETAs from different destinations.
Routing API
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!
Maps Privacy Web SDK
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.
Maps Wordpress location
Spotlight

March
11
A consumer has a broken washing machine and needs a replacement asap that: will be delivered, fully installed, the old machine picked up and all packaging disposed of. This consumer wants to know when Logic will arrive to install the new machine and uses the MyDynalogic Track & Trace app with TomTom location functionality.
Build Different

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
Spotlight

February
24
We’re happy to announce that DeveloperWeek and the DeveloperWeek Hackathon were a huge success! We kicked off the week with a night at the Devie Awards then spent the next few days chatting with developers of all skill sets. Out Developer Advocate gave a presentation on Privacy and then headed to the hackathon over the weekend to see what people would build using TomTom Maps APIs!
Community Event
Perspective

February
13
Most of us online don’t properly know when, where, or how our data is being collected by a website, and never read the “Privacy Policies” that are meant to spell out, in very difficult English, our own rights to our data. Developers who craft these sites are equally victimized, but have the power to change how data is collected and stored across the web. At the end of the day, engineers decide what information is really necessary to run applications the world over, and what feeds into the personal data ocean.
Thought Leadership Privacy
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.
Maps