Building Mobile Apps with Google Maps Android API v2 with David Gassner
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Level: Intermediate | Duration: 3h 50m | Released date: Aug 07, 2013
Maps make mobile apps more useful; they can help users find businesses and areas of interest, get directions, or gain insights into new communities. In this course, learn to add interactive maps to your Android apps with Google Maps Android API v2. David Gassner first shows you how to set up the tools, get an API key, and import and link to Google Play services. After an introduction to presenting simple maps with the MapView and MapFragment classes, the course describes how to set a map's initial state, switch between different map types, work with map markers, draw shapes, and work with zoom controls, the My Location button, and various user gestures. Finally, learn to add a map to an existing app and prepare it for distribution.
Note: An Android device with Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) or higher, and that has Google Play Store installed, is required to use the course exercises. (Kindle Fire and Nook devices do not qualify.) Finished mapping apps can be deployed on Android 2.2 (Froyo) or later.
Setting up the developer tools
Adding required permissions
Getting a Google Maps API key
Importing and linking the Google Play services
Setting a map's initial state
Geocoding an address
Getting the current location programmatically
Adding map markers
Handling marker events
Drawing lines, polygons, and circles
Adding maps to existing apps
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