Resources and Responses
All parameter values must be first UTF-8 encoded and then URL encoded. For example, characters such as
ä need to be UTF-8 and URL encoded to be readable for the resource.
HERE reserves the right to extend responses with new elements or attributes without prior announcement, and without a new major version. Hence, applications that parse the responses should not assume fixed response structures, but should deal with additional, unexpected elements and attributes.
The article that follows describes each of the resources individually as well as the applicable parameters.