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Appcelerator Titanium Smartphone App Development Cookbook - Second Edition by Jason Kneen

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Adding a MapView to your application

Maps have become ubiquitous across all levels of technology; we now have real-time maps everywhere, from our computers to our cars, the Web, and of course mobile devices. If you're working on iOS devices, the built-in mapping component is Apple Maps; for Android, it's Google Maps. Thankfully, Titanium provides a single native module that works seamlessly with both platforms. In our first recipe in this chapter, we'll be implementing a MapView using the Titanium Maps native module, and providing it with regional coordinates in the form of longitude and latitude values.

Getting ready

To prepare for this recipe, open up Appcelerator Studio and log in if you have not already done so. If you need to register a new ...

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