location tracking service professionals
Code, General, Tutorial

Build location tracking of at-home service visits in Android

Location tracking is driving forward thinking services businesses around the world to build mobile marketplaces that connect freelance and in-house service professionals with local consumers. Services like home healthcare, beauty, auto mechanic, laundry, cleaning services, handyman, pickup and delivery are booked with the tap of a button and serviced by professionals who use an Android or iOS app to manage the visits. Live location of such service professionals can be useful to assign jobs based on location, track the visit, measure productivity, share location with customers for a better product experience and track miles for expense management. Service aggregators around the world and across industries use HyperTrack to build live location use cases.

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Announcements, Community

HyperTrack Participating in 2nd Annual Galileo Hackathon

Hackathons are a great opportunity for creative juices to run wild and for the next innovation to be born. Over a short period of time, usually 24-28 hours, participants are tasked with using a variety of technology and services, and fueled by pizza, energy drinks, and excitement, to create something amazing.

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Code, Community, General, Technology

Using Postman to Test Your API Connection to HyperTrack

Testing your API connections are extremely important before putting your implementation in place, and can save you a lot of trouble and duplicated effort. Here at HyperTrack we use Postman to perform this task, and we’ve found it so useful that we put together a collection so that you too can use it. Over the next few minutes we’ll be walking you through how to test your API credentials and queries for accessing HyperTrack and see what data will be coming back.

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Customers, General, Technology

OkHI Moves Their Location Stack to HyperTrack

Here at HyperTrack we value working with our customers to implement our plug-and-play location stack into their existing applications and workflows. It is also very fulfilling when we can come alongside them to experience firsthand their challenges and work together to create solutions. OkHI is one of those companies.

With OkHi their mission is to enable the 4 billion people in the world that don’t have a physical address to be included in the same services enjoyed by the rest of the world. Their solution gives them an “OkHI address”, complete with a GPS tag and photo of the house’s gate.

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Company, Customers, Technology

Hotline Integrates HyperTrack for Their Customers

HyperTrack allows for building location features into your application without needing to worry about all of the headache of managing that infrastructure. This frees up your developers to do what they do best – developing awesome solutions for your customers.

Our friends at Hotline, a FreshDesk product, have a leading in-app chat platform currently in use by many consumer apps like Zomato, Swiggy, HolaChef, and more. These apps use Hotline to provide seamless customer support experiences. One of the challenges that their customers were feeling was that their customer support teams were getting consistent queries like “where is my order?” or “when will the driver reach my place?” which would leave the support agent scrambling to provide timely answers.

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Announcements, Company

Announcing the HyperTrack Community

When developers set out to add dynamic location features to their application, they end up having to build a stack on the device, cloud, and maps in order for the features to see the light of day. At HyperTrack we think it makes no sense for hundreds of thousands of us to do the same thing over and over again. Instead we are raising our hands and saying, “We got this!” You focus on building your core features, and let us focus on building and maintaining this infrastructure and making it available through a few lines of code per feature.

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