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As you might expect, in offering a Routing API, Azure Maps covers the basics as noted on our product page:
“Present the shortest or fastest routes available – to multiple destinations at a time – or provide routes and facts for walkers, cyclists and commercial vehicles. Optimize route calculations with isochrones, matrix routing and batch routing.”
But you can really do so much more if you add just another dimension to the scenario:
To see more great examples of how Azure Maps Routes can be used in so many more ways that you expected, Check out Azure Maps Web SDK Samples (azuremapscodesamples.azurewebsites.net)
- Microsoft Azure maps Product page: Azure Maps – Geospatial Services APIs | Microsoft Azure
- Documentation: Azure Maps Documentation | Microsoft Docs
- Web Control Documentation: Getting started with Microsoft Azure Maps web map control | Microsoft Docs
- Web Control Samples: https://azuremapscodesamples.azurewebsites.net/
Thank you for checking out Azure Maps Route APIs. All of the samples above are directly accessible through the links and have Github repositories for you to leverage the sample code within your solutions. If you need any assistance or have any questions feel free to post them in our Q&A section, we are here to help!