This is an extension to Leaflet allowing to display the TomTom traffic incidents layer.
It uses the tomtom.trafficIncidents service in order to retrieve incidents details.
A look and feel, together with a clustering behaviour, can be modified by passing the pointToLayer function.
|options||It accepts all the options that Leaflet's GeoJSON class allows. The additional options, which are TomTom specific, are described below.||No||Object||None|
|options.pointToLayer||This function is used to convert vector traffic incidents into a layer of markers on the map. It takes the GeoJSON feature as the first parameter and the latlng object as the second one. It returns a layer that will be added to the map. If this is omitted, the default implementation is used.||No||Function||default|
|options.imperialDistance||Set this option if you want to use a specific unit measurement system for the new instance of the layer instead of use the default unit||No||Boolean||null|
|options.createPopupForCluster||Set this to true if you want popup for clusters to be generated||No||Boolean||false|
|options.diff||If false, force a 'full' update on traffic markers.||No||Boolean||false|
|options.noRefresh||Disables periodic updates of traffic layers.||No||Boolean||None|
|options.refresh||The traffic incidents information changes and needs to be updated periodically. By default, it is refreshed every 30 seconds. This parameter's value represents the time in milliseconds between each update interval. The value must be 0 or greater.||No||Number||30000|
|[options.key] API key that can be obtained from [TomTom's developer portal]||(https://developer.tomtom.com). This is a key for the traffic services.||Yes||String||None|
All the class events are keys of the Events static member.
To learn more about how to listen events please refer to this documentation.
|layers||Array of markers created to display the incidents||L.Marker||None|