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Hi, I'm trying to develop an application which will be building the best route between two points on the map and I'd like to make it work offline, I know that there were a lot of questions about it, but in my case I'd like to construct a tile with a built-in route (like painted road from point A to B), is there any possibility to make this?

Also could you please write what I should best to use to achieve it? Atm I'm thinking to use PostgreSQL + pgRouting + tiles from Geofabrik, should I use something else?

Thank you.

asked 07 Apr '16, 15:38

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edited 07 Apr '16, 21:39

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Hi, try or have a look at this http://maps.me/en/home

(07 Apr '16, 15:51) Hendrikklaas

Thank you for the response, I took a look on maps.me and found that it works only with android and ios but i'm working with C# and making an UWP app for Windows 10. I'm using built-in map control with offline tiles and that's why I'd like to implement tile with route inside.

(07 Apr '16, 16:04) sergiusz

Browse the OSM wiki about Routing to see all known online or offline solutions so far.

Tell us what existing solution of all those webservices or apps come near your aim.

Special hint to Leaflet Routing Machine

Do you need also OSM based search engines?

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answered 08 Apr '16, 18:19

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