HERE Technologies GitHub and JSFiddle Support
Blog|19 April 2018
This post will briefly demonstrate how to use each new feature. Although previewing the code does not require a developer account at HERE, GitHub, or JSFiddle, it is strongly recommended to set up accounts at each – especially if you intend to edit and preserve your own code changes.
- HERE developer account: http://developer.here.com
- GitHub account: http://github.com
- JSFiddle account: https://jsfiddle.net
Edit in JSFiddle
Fork on GitHub
You can also choose to fork the example from the HERE GitHub repository. When clicking on the “Fork on GitHub” button, a new browser tab/instance opens revealing the self-contained example in folder structure as seen here.
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