r360-js requires an API key to use. You can get started with our free tier here: Free-tier signup.
Use of Route360° services requires attribution, unless you have a custom plan which excludes this obligation. OpenStreetMap and other data providers need to be attributed as well. Details can be viewed here.
Get r360-js with npm:
npm install route360 --save
Get r360-js with bower:
bower install route360 --save
You can also access our libs via our CDN, if you are not using a build process:
<head> <!-- Include jquery - required for XHR requests --> <script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/jquery/2.1.3/jquery.min.js"></script> <!-- Include r360.js --> <script src="https://releases.route360.net/r360-js/latest.js"></script> </head>
Integrate with your app
We have specific utilities in our API for LeafletJS and the Google Maps API. We have not yet completed specific utilities for Mapbox-GL, as the svg approach we use for leaflet/google will not work in that system. We have, however, been prototyping some uses, and you can check out our basic Mapbox-GL example.