This means that you will be able to create, read, update, and delete Situm cartography elements such as floorplans, points of interest and geofences. With this library, you will also be able to retrieve geospatial data such as the real-time geolocations of the users in your building. Not only that: you could even build Situm’s Real Time panel on your webpage!
What can I do with this SDK?
At Situm, we use this library to build our web dashboards and tools. So, when you see a beautiful floorplan on Situm Dashboard, or you create a point of interest in it, chances are you are already using this library behind the scenes.
This library is also used by our partners & clients to build other kinds of cartography-based apps, such as:
- Shop directories for shopping malls’ webpages, displaying floorplans, routes, and POI search menus.
- Floorplan navigators with POI directories, available in digital kiosks of hospitals or airports.
- Real-Time dashboards showing the capacity of each area to increase the safety of public & private venues such as office buildings or museums.
- Full-featured cartography apps to manage the cartography of large buildings such as smart campuses (including creating, updating, deleting and retrieving cartography elements such as floorplans, points of interest, geofences and routes).
All in all, this library is ideal if you are thinking of including floorplans, points of interest, geofences and routes in your web pages or digital kiosks.
Situm JS SDK is available via NPM, so you can include it in any NPM-based app. We will also publish the library on a CDN soon, so you can integrate it directly into your HTML source code.
You may also download the source code (MIT license), build it with NPM, generate the SDK documentation (reference documentation) and ship it with your web app. If you need inspiration, you can take a look at our open-source code examples to quickly learn how to use this library.
How can I learn more?
If you want to know how Situm can help your business, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org