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Map View

Map View

The MapView object may be used to display an embeddable map interface in iOS apps. It's comparable to the one given by the Google Maps apps. It's a member of the MKMapView class, which is descended from the UIView class.

    1.class MKMapView : UIView

Setting the starting region in the map in MapView Example 1

We'll establish the map view's starting region in this example. To do so, we'll need to instantiate the CLLocation class and construct a location object. The following syntax may be used to construct the location object.

    let location = CLLocation(latitude: CLLocationDegrees, longitude: CLLocationDegrees#)

This procedure accepts the latitude and longitude of the specific place as two parameters. Latitude and longitude are instances of the CLLocationDegrees class in MapKit.


import UIKit import MapKit class ViewController: UIViewController { @IBOutlet weak var mapView: MKMapView! CLLocation is a placeholder for a location (latitude: 28.613939, longitude: 77.209023) let region_radious = 10000 override func viewDidLoad() { super.viewDidLoad() After loading the view, do any extra configuration. centreMap(location: location) } func centreMap(location: CLLocation){ let MK be the region (location.coordinate,latitudinal) CoordinateRegion(center: location.coordinate,latitudinal) CoordinateRegion(center: location.coordinate CLLocationDistance(region radius), longitudinal, CLLocationDistance(region radius), CLLocationDistance(region radius CLLocationDistance(region radius) in metres mapView.setRegion(region, animated: true) } }