With the TomTom WEBFLEET.connect API, users can access data related to fleet vehicle management. In the process of integration, developers could benefit from a pair of code samples available in the official TomTom site. The first is the C# code sample and the second one is the Visual Basic code sample. The C# sample offers driver safety and efficiency resources, while the Visual Basic demonstrate how to retrieve an object list and send a text message using CSV and SOAP interfaces. For more information, visit http://business.tomtom.com/en_us/fleet-management/integration/resources/
Introducing WebRTC into your environment can improve internal processes and provide a better customer experience. But, there are many elements to WebRTC that must be thoroughly considered before choosing and implementing the solution. Here we look at five such considerations.
One of the unfortunate choices that developers have been required to make over the years is deciding whether to take advantage of the native capabilities of a mobile computing platform or rely on a Web-based approach that makes it simpler to leverage one code base across multiple platforms. Looking to put that issue to bed once and for all, Embarcadero Technologies today announced AppMethod. AppMethod is an application development platform that makes use of objects to allow developers to invoke the native capabilities of any mobile computing platform within the context of a single code base.