SDK (Software Development Kit) is a software development kit that allows for the creation of additional applications and sites for Wialon Hosting platform. It provides an API (application programming interface) as a source code based specification intended to be used as an interface by software components to communicate with each other.
Remote API gives access to data through low-level HTTP (hypertext transfer protocol) requests. Using it, you can develop your own web services, mobile device applications, etc. on Wialon basis.
Here’s our guide for Wialon SDK and Remote API.
These videos is meant particularly for developers, who create various applications, based on Wialon.
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Is it possible to have address information form Google or Yandex maps in reports?
There is no such possibility. Only Gurtam Maps are located on our server. Google and Yandex Maps are located on exterior servers and can be used only for rendering (visualization). Getting data from exterior servers takes an excessively long time. Besides, such services do not allow making the number of requests necessary for report generation.
Is it possible to activate INGIT Maps for Wialon Hosting?
There is no such possibility. INGIT Maps can be connected only to a client program. They do not fit for the web as their images are not static which means they cannot be split into squares (tiles).
What is the procedure to place a new map on Wialon Hosting?
Send your request with attached map to firstname.lastname@example.org. If the map is too big to be sent by e-mail, you will be given FTP access. Supported map formats are: MP, MapInfo, ESRI Shape, OSM (OpenStreetMap). See the section Cartography for details. It is possible to place a map for private usage (visible only for users of your tracking system). This feature is a part of Premium package.
What is to be done if incorrect addresses appear in reports or in search address tool?
As address information is taken form the map, a more accurate or modern map is required in such situations. You can send us such a map to email@example.com. Supported map formats are: MP, MapInfo, ESRI Shape, OSM (OpenStreetMap). See the section Cartography for details.