One of the first things you can do with our RESTful APIs is to implement a simple routing app: Enter two addresses, find the optimal route between these addresses and display the result on a map. In doing so you get a first impression how easy the APIs of PTV Developer could be used and what else is possible.
The new tutorial A-B Routing shows all the implementation steps, provides the complete source code and the running app for demonstration purposes. That takes just a few minutes of your time!
One of the benefits of RESTful APIs using Open API standards is that there are multiple tools to test. PTV Developer offers a variety of Restful APIs which can be easily tested by one of those tools which is highlighted in the new tutorial – Postman.
The new tutorial can help you sending first successful requests to the PTV Developer APIs in not time using Postman.
PTV provides a specific tutorial so called “PTV Cookbook” in order to give you any support to start immediately with your first application using PTV xServer as the obligatory server components. Our target is hereby to offer a bundle of code samples for all relevant use cases.… Read more
The usage of PTVs TimeCalc component within PTV xRoute, PTV xTour and PTV xSequence Server is a challenging topic. We therefore provide a short document about how to understand the mechanisms of the break- and rest rules.
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