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The latest release of the GraphHopper routing engine is a special one. The routing engine is no longer specific to road routing only and supports public transit routing which makes the routing heavily time dependent and much more complex. The development and integration effort was huge, nearly 9 months ago we started with this, and […]
Today is a special day: the 5th birthday of our routing engine. See here the first commits after it was started on a sunny Sunday. It is funny to skim over this, we not even owned the graphhopper.com domain at this time. Also the engine had a lucene and neo4j storage option. Read here the […]
A long silence for a young company can mean many different things. In our case it only means that we further concentrate on making our products better! We are very happy to improve the GraphHopper Directions API every week and keep you up to date with this newsletter. We improved the Route Optimization API in […]
We are proud to release version 0.8 of our open source GraphHopper routing engine! Here is the polished snap-to-road feature in two screenshots: A big thanks goes to all of our contributors and translators! To become a contributor see our contributing guidelines and e.g. the good first issues. Read here to see how to become […]
GraphHopper provides open source routing solutions and routing as a service. Read more at Directions Magazine.
Today we are proud to release our Map Matching API as part of our Directions API. It is a web service based on one of our open source components. You can use it to snap measured GPS points to a digital road network to e.g. clean data or attach certain data to it like turn […]