The TomTom Traffic Flow API provides accurate and real-time information about traffic jams and measured average speed, helping drivers make better decisions that save time, reduce stress and make roads safer. The TomTom Traffic Flow API allows developers to construct web-based and mobile apps that display real-time traffic data on maps. It is powered by the trademarked TomTom Traffic portal and displays real-time data of traffic conditions on selected roads. Users can use different zoom levels to view details such as the current speed and free flow speed of traffic on roads. The RESTful API sends HTTP-formatted requests and returns JSON-, JSONP-, or XML-formatted responses.
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Easily integrate TomTom services into your web application with this convenient client library that hides the complexity of bare REST service calls from developers. Boost your productivity with fully styleable and easily customizable components. Check out the examples page for the most common use cases for your web application.
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.