• Building a Great Collection of Indoor Maps with Micello

    Building a Great Collection of Indoor Maps with Micello

    In previous posts, we covered how the Mobile SDK can be used for indoor mapping. We really like indoor mapping because it is a unique way to visualize nontraditional geographic spaces like conferences, hospitals, and museums. A great example of this is the L.A. Times interactive graphic that charts every...

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  • The Mobile SDK Powers a Popular Traffic Jam Navigation App in Japan

    The Mobile SDK Powers a Popular Traffic Jam Navigation App in Japan

    Flictec, Inc., is a Japanese mobile application development company. They have been avid users of our Mobile SDK and the CARTO platform for many years. One of the solutions they provide is an advanced traffic and navigation application 渋滞ナビ or Jyutai Navi (Japanese for traffic jam navigator), with millions of...

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  • Large Number of Points on Mobile Map

    Lately we’ve been talking a lot about vector maps and how to better utilize the capabilities of our Mobile SDK when rendering your maps for your devices.

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  • Editing Vector Map Data in Mobile

    A feature frequently requested by more advanced Mobile SDK users is the ability to edit and modify vector map data in a mobile app. Well, we are here to tell you that it is not only entirely possible, but that it can be done in many different ways!

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  • A 3D City for the Mobile SDK

    In previous blog posts we primarily covered 2D data and functions. For the most part, CartoDB has largely been a 2D data visualization tool, with 3D maps for the web environment appearing sporadically. Now with the Mobile SDK, we often find ourselves building 3D maps for real use cases and...

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  • Offline maps with the Mobile SDK

    Working offline is kind of a big deal. There are many mobile apps that always need to work, not just when a device is online. In previous posts we covered offline routing features. Today, I’d like to tell you all about offline basemaps for the CartoDB Mobile SDK. It should...

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  • Mapzen Vector Tiles in CartoDB Mobile SDK

    Recently, we announced our partnership with Mapzen. We are commercializing and integrating some of the great services they are building like routing, geocoding, and global basemap data services. As part of this collaboration, we’ll be converging our technology efforts, and today we are one step closer. We are pleased to...

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  • Change Basemap Styling with the SDK

    Now that you’ve mastered indoor mapping, let me introduce you to another great benefit of the mobile SDK. One of the key advantages of vector-basedmaps is that you can re-style them on the client side using just one single map source. This is especially useful for offline map package cases....

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  • Indoor mapping with CARTO

    Greetings mobile data mappers! This is a very special post coming to you from the Xamarin Evolve conference in sunny Florida. If you are attending, make sure you visit CARTO’s booth (#118) and meet me in person! Now, let’s get back to our regularly scheduled programming in our mobile series,...

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  • CartoDB Mobile with Xamarin

    Welcome to the next post on mobile development at CartoDB. We have great news today. CartoDB is a proud sponsor of Xamarin Evolve — the largest gathering of Xamarin developers and others around the ecosystem! Xamarin Evolve will take place in Orlando, FL from April 24-28. We’d love you to...

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  • Offline routing with the SDK

    We’re back, with our fifth mobile series post, and today we’ll be explaining offline routing for our Maps SDK.

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  • Overlaying data on the SDK

    Welcome to the fourth blog post of our mobile blog series! We hope you have been learning new insights on how to leverage CartoDB’s native mobile SDK for your device. Today, we’ll be discussing the most typical application of the SDK: showing data on a map and how it can...

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  • Consuming CartoDB with Nutiteq SDK

    This is our third post of CartoDB’s mobile blog series. If you’ve missed any of our previous posts you can view them here and here. In this edition, we’ll continue to build on the information from the earlier posts and present new and compelling details on how you can consume...

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  • Getting Started with CartoDB Native Mobile SDK

    Welcome to the second blog post of our CartoDB mobile series! I’m back to advise you on how to get started with CartoDB’s native mobile SDK. Currently we offer the well-proven Nutiteq Maps SDK version 3.x as the CartoDB native mobile SDK. One of the first things you’ll notice is...

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