Tutorials on GitHub

As you know we provide more and more tutorials to demonstrate how easy it is to build applications with PTV Developer. By the way, two new ones How to generate clients and Access APIs with Excel are recently published.

Besides a detailed step description most of the tutorials offer a sample application demonstrating the final result immediately (see button “Try it!”). Now it is also possible to download the complete application (see the new button “Download from GitHub”).

Every sample application has its own repository, available in the organization account of PTV on GitHub. So you can test and modify the application locally by just inserting your own API key.

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New tutorials for route optimization available

The first two tutorials for route optimization are available now.

Pickups and Deliveries shows how route planning can take place in the use case of e.g. CEP.

Depot based transports shows route planning in case of a central depot, where loading or unloading takes place. The goods are transported to the customer afterwards or picked up at the customer site.

Both is provided by the Routing optimization API of PTV Developer.

These two tutorials show how easy it is to implement this for your own route optimization app. Enjoy it!

Be part of the community – PTV Developer joins Stackoverflow

In addition to our regular support channels we are happy to tell you that we are also focusing on our community support using Stackoverflow.

So if you get stuck while implementing feel free to ask your question on Stackoverflow using the tag ptv-developer

All you need to do is:

  • Create an account for Stackoverflow
  • Write your question
  • Tag your question with the tag ptv-developer

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How to create a Vector Map React App

Vector Map App Tutorial

According to the Stackoverflow Developer Survey 2021 React.js passed jQuery and is now the number one used web framework

To help you tackling challenges in the field of location services and route optimization using React.js we introduced a first tutorial in which we explain how to create a vector map app using react native and the PTV Developer Vector Maps API.

If you are interested in building interactive maps using HTML and JS – look at our tutorials on how to build maps using Leaflet or OpenLayers.

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How to create interactive maps using the Raster Maps API

Open Layers and LEaflet

Creating interactive maps using REST APIs is simple when using libraries which do most of the work for you.

We want to show you how easy it is to create an interactive map by using either OpenLayers or Leaflet in combination with the PTV Developer Raster Maps API.

Therefore we introduced two new tutorials on how to create interactive maps:

You are building web apps using React native? Check out our tutorial on how to build an Vector Map App using React in combination with the PTV Vector Maps API.

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