100DaysOfCode

# Solutions: Day 51-55 #100DaysOfCode

By Shruti Kuber | 28 May 2020

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It's week 11 of #100DaysOfCode with HERE and we have accomplished so much already. We have gone through the Interactive Maps API, the Geocoding and Search API and the Routing v8 API. With this week, we will start exploring the Routing v7 API.
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Let's begin!

### Day 51/100

With Day 51, we have also started the avoid series where we try to avoid certain parts of the route while getting a route from point A to B. Also, we will be using the Routing v7 API. In this task, we will use the pedestrian route from day 50, but avoid parks on the way. Why avoid parks? Well because I am super allergic to pollen and walking through a park is sadly not a walk in the park 😓. So lets get the route from day 50, but with Routing v7 . The API structure is pretty much the same. The origin, destination are replaced with waypoint0, waypoint1 respectively, while transportMode, routingMode are combined as mode. Remember to call the Routing v7 API.



// Get an instance of the routing service version 7:
var router = platform.getRoutingService();

// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
mode:"fastest;pedestrian,
representation: "display"
};


Now, to avoid parks, the mode parameter has an attribute called RouteFeature which lists features that you can avoid on a route. These features come with weights depending on how badly you want to avoid them. For this task, we want to avoid parks, so we give the weight -1. This way, the routing API will give penalties to routes with parks. Which means you might still get a route going through the park, but it will be later in the alternatives. You can change up the weights for softer or harder restrictions.



// Get an instance of the routing service version 7:
var router = platform.getRoutingService();

// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
mode:"fastest;pedestrian;park:-1",
representation: "display"
};


### Day 52/100

Walking can get you only up to a certain distance. For longer distances, lets go biking. Its a good exercise and you're also controlling your carbon footprint. To do this, the routing v7 API lets you add bicycle as your routing mode.


// Get an instance of the routing service version 7:
var router = platform.getRoutingService();

// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
mode:"fastest;bicycle",
representation: "display"
};


### Day 53/100

Again, the routing mode bicycle lets you avoid things too. This time, we are avoiding dirt roads. My bicycle is a weak little city bike and won't be able to survive dirt roads. So lets avoid them. You will find dirt roads as a RouteFeatureType under RouteFeature. This time I want to strictly avoid the dirt roads, so I will assign it a weight of -3.


// Get an instance of the routing service version 7:
var router = platform.getRoutingService();

// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
representation: "display"
};


### Day 54/100

So we're done walking and biking. Let's do the next best thing. Let's use public transport. Again, we're using the same schematic as day 52 and just switching up the routing mode


// Get an instance of the routing service version 7:
var router = platform.getRoutingService();
// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
mode:"fastest;publicTransport",
representation: "display"
};


### Day 55/100

As much as I love to travel, I also have motion sickness. I know what you're thinking. This girl has too many issues, right? Welcome to my life! Well, among all modes of tansport, buses make me the most sick. So... let's avoid them too. This time, there is a special parameter to avoid things for public transport. This parameter is called avoidTransportTypes. This parameter comes with a list of PublicTransportTypeType that you can avoid. We are going to avoid the public buses, coz c'mon, I can't give up on Flixbus.


// Create the parameters for the routing request:
var routingParameters = {
waypoint0:"52.4569927,13.380545",
waypoint1:"52.4805740,13.4303771",
mode:"fastest;publicTransport",
avoidTransportTypes:"busPublic",
representation: "display"
};


That was week 11 of #100DaysOfCode With HERE. Keep following us on Twitter for more tasks and complete all 100 days. If you want to watch the video version of these solutions, take a look at our playlist for #100DaysOfCode on YouTube. If you want the code snippets of the APIs covered with #100DaysOfCode, head over to the 100daysofcode GitHub repository.
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Happy coding!