Linking to other systems

Until now, destinations had to be entered manually. Either by typing the address, by clicking on the map or by importing. Now also programs;s third pass directly addresses and calculate routes.

Update: our route optimization API is now available!

Connect your application to routeplanner for multiple destinations.No API yet
We have had many requests for an API, a programmable interface. This allows programmers of other websites or applications to seamlessly integrate our route planner. They want to send addresses and receive the fastest route.

Unfortunately, we can't (yet) offer this because of the conditions set by Google. We use the Google Maps API for geocoding and -decoding locations and addresses, and also largely for the distances. Google however has set the restriction that data may not be used outside the application .

Direct linking
We therefore introduced another way to enable systems to link up with our route planner. With a direct link addresses can be sent directly and the optimal route is calculated automatically.

Why is this useful? For example, if you are a real-estate broker and you want your visitors to pick the houses themselves. You send the addresses they want to visit from your website. Potential buyers are given the fastest route for the tour. Excellent service!

How it works
It's really easy to use. You put the addresses that need to be visited in the URL. The addresses have to be encoded (spaces as% 20 or , commas as ,) and separated by dollar signs ($). An address of the form ";Street Number, Zipcode City, land”; works best. There is a maximum of 20 addresses for this service.

The URL should be::
// = & lt;;Address1 & gt;;$ & Lt;;Address2 & gt;;$ & Lt;;adres3 & gt;;$ & Lt;;adres4 & gt;;

For Example: link

So ';n URL is easy to generate by websites with addresses in a database. If the user opens the URL, RouteXL recognizes the addresses, searches the locations on the map and optimizes the route. After that, it can be printed, downloaded or shared via social networks.

Other languages
Need the route in another language? Change the domain to .com for english. Or .fr for french, .de for german or spanish for .es. You can also use the parameter ";Thanks "; with the language code. For example, add ";&;lang = en "; to the URL above and the english website opens.

No tour
Standard calculates RouteXL a tour. In other words, the first address is also the end point of the route. Would you prefer that route ends at the last address? Then add the parameter ";roundtrip”; to, for example ";&;roundtrip=false”;.