The service provides map images for global locations to be transferred electronically as "tiles" that join together in a grid to display the complete map. Applications can submit location parameters identifying the area to be mapped, and the service breaks down image data for delivery to a single recipient or multiple recipients as a set of pre-rendered tiles allowing 18 zoom levels.
API methods support mapping requests specifying the boundaries of the tile locations to be mapped and the zoom level. Returned data provide pre-rendered tile images. Optional methods can also return travel routes and real-time traffic data as additional layers overlaying the map image.
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The TomTom BRIDGE Map Library Java SDK by TomTom supports the construction and integration of visualization and interactive features in map applications. It is An Android platform that is deployed with TomTom BRIDGE devices to build business and third-party apps. However, unlike the TomTom BRIDGE NavApp Java SDK, its functional scope does not include routing and navigation. The official SDK communicates with the TomTom suite of APIs that include TomTom Online Maps, among others.
The TomTom BRIDGE NavApp Java SDK by TomTom supports the construction and integration of navigation and routing features in map applications. It is An Android platform that is deployed with TomTom BRIDGE devices to build business and third-party apps. The official SDK communicates with the TomTom suite of APIs that include: TomTom online Routing and TomTom Online Maps, among others.