Menü
08.02.2018 rss_feed

Dear Customer,

 

please be advised that a new release (D89) of the HERE Platform for Business is now available on the Production environment (PRD).

 

This email includes release notes that describe the improvements to the services in the new release. This release includes updates of: Maps API for JavaScript, Geocoder API, Geocoder Autocomplete API, Positioning API, Traffic API, Places API, Venue Maps API, Custom Location Extension and Custom Route Extension.

 

As well, we will publish the release documentation on the Developer Portal.

 

Management Summary

The release highlights are:

  • Geocoder now supports postal codes for the Republic of Ireland, known as Eircodes
  • Places API now supports search queries of the form: Chain/Category near Intersection or POI
  • New feature in Custom Route Extension to block existing private roads in within the area of the newly submitted roads

Maps API for JavaScript

Version 3.0.17.0

 

  • The noWrap option in the map allows to disable wrapping of the world on the longitudal axis.

 

Geocoder API

Version 2.7.0

 

  • The service now supports postal codes for the Republic of Ireland, known as Eircodes.

 

Positioning API

Version 1.5.0

 

  • We added a new optional client element in the locate request body. The information about the client hardware and software can be used to further improve the positioning service quality.

 

Traffic API

Version 6.0.71.1

 

  • Updated TDA service with new Taiwan market ID F1D13.
  • Performance improvement.

 

Places API

Version 2.57.0

 

  • Search now supports queries of the form: Chain/Category near Intersection. For example: Mcdonalds near Cucumber and Vine
  • Search now supports queries of the form: Chain/Category near POI. For example: parking near New England Aquarium

 

Venue Maps API

Version 1.2.1

 

  • Content types Image tiles and POI Models have been deprecated and will be removed at a future date.

 

Custom Route Extension

Version 2.1.23

 

  • New feature to block existing private roads in within the area of the newly submitted roads. Required when refining/replacing existing map geometry, e.g. in facility maps, to suppress less fine grained existing roads. See &private_link_handling=PLAIN/UNCONNECTED/DROPEXISTING.
  • New parameter to require a certain match quality. Required when adding to existing map geometry, e.g. in facility maps, to avoid snapping to nearby existing roads. See &max_distance_to_match, &min_match_confidence (does an attribute override accept a poorly matching road geometry or not) and &max_distance_to_connect (does a new road connect to a nearby link or stay as dead end).

 

HERE Mobile SDK User Interface (UI) kit

Version 1.2.0

 

  • Better landscape orientation support
  • Improved traffic data handling
  • WaypointItemDelegate protocol is deprecated in the iOS and will be removed with the next release

 

The packages are available for download here:

 

The following services had new releases with minor changes:

  • Geocoder Autocomplete API (Version 6.2.151)
  • Custom Location Extension (Version 2.1.23)

IMPORTANT INFORMATIONS:

General Rules Related to HERE Materials and Applications
• Inline with HERE Platform core terms, please ensure that the users of your application build on HERE Mobile SDKs Premium Edition constantly download the latest map version within a couple of weeks after the new map release has been available.

New incidents endpoint for Traffic API
• In May 2017, new /traffic/6.2/incidents endpoint launched to support more incidents data
• The old endpoint /traffic/6.1/incidents is still available and will be supported at least for 6 months

Public Transit API refactoring
• In April 2017, Public Transit API version 3.0.0 released, following refactoring of all endpoints to a new format. The API endpoint format have been changed from https://transit.api.here.com/metarouter/rest/routeservice/v2/(resource) to https://transit.api.here.com/v3/(resource)
• For now, the coming releases will continue to support all deprecated endpoints (with old parameter names)

Sie möchten mehr erfahren?

Wir freuen uns von Ihnen zu hören: