Ios updating mkuserlocation
Also drop a label on the view and create an outlet for it: The method gets called everytime the user position gets updated.It calculates the distance between the users position and the predefined location.annotation Tag = 100; for(NSDictionary* post Locate Dict in map Data ) Step 2- When you add a notation this will call an MKMap View Delegate function, just set a tag of that notation.- (MKAnnotation View *)map View:(MKMap View *)map Viewview For Annotation:(id)annotation Step 3 – When you tap on notation, a delegate function will call where you can identify the notation by its tag.
For that we are adding a segmented control to the view and CTRL drag an IBAction to our .m file: …and implement the action method: When we start the application we are now able to switch between the different map types.Step 1- While adding annotation don’t give its title and subtitle.Just add it with Latitude / Longitude and take an integer variable that starts with 100(so that its tag do not clash with others) and increases as per the loop for adding notation.We add the following code to the //Create your annotation MKPoint Annotation *point =
The users location is only available if the user enabled the function.
In the properties of the Map View you can configure some basic settings, like showing the users location, activate / deactive zooming, rotating, scrolling etc…