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Mon Apr 27 23:03:41 2009
You may find lot of stuff regarding mapping lat/lon on map out here
And if u require to locate ur current location then u can have a look at
LocateMe sample application readily available from apple developer's site.
On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 2:09 AM, netstv <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Yes I am knew to this iPhone business. Here is what I have done so
> far and I am still working away at this and will figure it out soon
> enough, but if someone has pointers out there I'd appreciate the help.
> Goal --> to take the long/lat and map it. Where I am etc. Like
> everyone else.
> What I have done.
> I have the 2.2.1 SDK and have the latest svn checkout.
> My application I create using the *.xib file (somehow I think it gets
> called a nib file). I use interface builder to build the toolbar and
> "views" where I want the map to go into.
> I have copied MapView.[mh], Callback.[mh], MapView.[mh] and MapWebView.
> [mh] into my project. Keeping the copyrights etc...
> In my applicationDidFinishLaunching method I do something like....
> mapView = [[ MapView alloc] initWithFrame:mapViewRect.frame];
> in the above mapViewRect is associated with my view that I created in
> using the interface builder.
> Again, being a newbie at this iPhone business, I'm pretty sure this
> all should work. And at least draw in the map in the rect that I have
> passed in. Am I on the right track? Or is there a howto for
> dumbasses like me? :)
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