PTV Group proudly presents the current version of PTV Cookbook version 1.16 R2. Following new items were added:
- Section PTV Cookbook Help: some information about the tutorial
- Section Miscellaneous: more relevant links to get a quick start with PTV xServer
- Section Code Samples: new samples are integrated how to use sequencing with PTV xTour Server
We hope these enhancements fit to your requirements. Don’t hesitate to send your feedback to us.
By the way, we have recently updated the java codesamples.
Thanks in advance.
Kind regards from Karlsruhe,
Dr. Michael Nutto
Product Manager PTV xServer
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