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Effective date: May 21,2020

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Information Collection And Use

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It is hard to create a good tutorial which explains and express our thoughts and teach others our solution. I really like tutorials from google — they are easy to read and they present solution step by step. They show how much time is left until the end of the tutorial (top right corner). The good news is that Google Labs is now open for everyone. You can create own tutorial based on this tool. I have created a tutorial based on a guide from developer.tomtom.com with title “Creating a custom vector map style” https://developer.tomtom.com/maps-sdk-web/tutorials-advanced/creating-custom-vector-map-style

Google code labs

Before we start please have a look on sample tutorial written in this tool. https://codelabs.developers.google.com/codelabs/android-lifecycles/index.html?index=..%2F..%2Findex#0


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New SDK for displaying a map is on the market. TomTom Maps SDK. If you want to display in your app map quickly you should take a look. It is for android (https://developer.tomtom.com/maps-sdk-android) and ios (https://developer.tomtom.com/maps-ios-sdk/) platform. The good news is that you can check that sdk for free ( 2500 requests/per day are free).

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www.developer.tomtom.com — SDKs for IOS and Android

How display a map — quick tutorial

Go to developer.tomtom.com and register. Log in and go to your dashboard.

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Press add a new App, choose a name and select product which you will use

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On your dashboard is a new app, please select the app to expand product and check key. The most important is Customer API Key ( 2500 request/per day are for free) This key is needed for sdk please copy this key to clipboard because it is needed in next steps. …

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