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Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Learn about TomTom’s LBS Software Development Toolkit

Sponsored by: TomTom
Read More About: gis, lbs, real estate, tomtom

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Developers of Web and mobile applications have realized that the real estate market has been right all along:  It really is all about location, location, location! TomTom's Location-based Services group now offers SDKs in Objective-C for iOS, Java for Android and JavaScript for Web development. This webinar, which is designed for developers, will demonstrate the capabilities of the JavaScript SDK specifically, but the same capabilities are available for iOS and Java for Android.

TomTom’s services deliver capabilities such as displaying a map, finding an address, or even checking the current traffic situation for a given location and routing around any congestion. The webinar will get to the code-level to show how easy it is to integrate TomTom’s LBS solutions.

Speakers include LBS product unit leader, Matthew Barnum; lead architect, Pete Moeykens; lead Web designer, Kyle Pinette; and pre-sales consultant, Mike Dannehy.

Who should attend

Web and mobile application developers



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