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Routing API: Using Path Details

With the GraphHopper Directions API it is easy to calculate the route from A to B including multiple intermediate waypoints. Our customers often use the Route Optimization API to get an optimized order of many deliveries. To deliver your packages or services in real world you additionally need a navigation application where you need turn […]

July News From GraphHopper

We are happy to announce further improvements of our services. Please note that we will remove the possibility to use TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in approx. 6 weeks. On 1. September these older protocols won’t be possible anymore. Nearly all clients should use more recent versions already, so highly likely no action must be taken […]

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We are happy to announce our new API docs. We specified our APIs in the OpenAPI specification language and moved the entire content of our old documentation to a single OpenApi 3.0 document. This has many advantages: There is only a single source for the documentation of new features, and for generating client code to […]

Building a Navigation App using Open Source Tools

At GraphHopper we regularly receive requests on how to build a navigation app with the GraphHopper Directions API. At the moment our customers either have no turn-by-turn navigation or rely on third party apps like Google Maps or devices from TomTom. The biggest disadvantage in this case is the mismatch of estimated time of arrival […]

June News from GraphHopper

New Features The Route Optimization API now allows to specify a preparation time and returns the reason for unassigned services or shipments.