Is it the backboard? Is it the ball? How is the shooting? Is the defense?”
A few days ago I got some feedback on the latest post in our series of articles about the design of the Google Maps API. One comment from a reader was that this was not useful because the Google Maps API does not have a built-in mechanism to display a marker in a navigation context like a navigation box; there is no way for applications to get at your actual marker, etc.
My response, as mentioned in the other installment of this series, is that there exists a way for such a application, like a phone app or a desktop app, to obtain information about your marker, in order to serve as a marker for your next navigation call. This ability is not an end-state but is really “the beginning stage” of a richer system for the navigation world.
In this post I intend to walk through building a real world implementation of such a device. A few comments from readers are highlighted to clarify some points.
How this system would work
In order to implement this example, you’d need to set up and use hardware such as an accelerometer on your app. The actual hardware you would need to create in this example is probably more complex than that, because this device would be a small and portable unit.
What are the steps required?
Before starting, you may need to familiarize yourself with the Google APIs to get all the necessary documentation. If you need help, ask the Google Developer Forum, or check out my Google Cloud Platform documentation.
You will need to create a custom Android SDK for Android applications that target the Android 2.2.x (API level 11) API or higher to run on this device. This SDK is the Android SDK that allows you to access and integrate the Maps APIs and Google Earth with your platform-independent application. You can also access and integrate the Google Maps SDK from within Android Applications by using the appropriate SDK Manager.
Next, you’ll need your application to be hosted on the Google Developer Console. You can do this by clicking to create a new application in the “Projects” area of the Google Developers Console, or by choosing “Build your application”. Once you’ve done this, you’re free to create your application locally as a small test application. If you want to build a full application for production deployment, you’ll need to go to “Projects” and choose “Deploy your application”. You’ll need to
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