Training and Instructional Design
Posted on May 16, 2016
by Steven Lipton
In the last lesson, we explored the joys of making maps using the UIMapView and MapKit. While showing maps is great, we often want to add things to a map, such as locations and graphics. These are known as Annotations and Overlays. In this lesson…
Category: GUI, iOS9, Swift, Swift Programming, TutorialTags: annotations, Apple maps, call out, callout, canShowCallout, enabled, images, map pin colors, MapKit, maps, mapView:renderForOverlay, mapview:viewForAnnotation, MKAnnotation, MKAnnotationView, MKCircle, MKPinAnnotationView, MKPolyline, pin colors, pinTintColor, Tutorial
Posted on May 9, 2016
by Steven Lipton
Everyone may remember when Apple first introduced MapKit to replace Google Maps on iPhones, they ended up to apologizing. However over time, developers have found how easy it is to use MapKit. This API provides features which make using both 2D and 3D maps…
Category: GUI, ios8, iOS9, Swift, Swift Programming, TutorialTags: 2d maps, 3d maps, Apple maps, camera, coordinates, hybrid, latitude, longitude, mapCamera, MapKit, maps, pizza, satellite
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