What you would learn in Introducing Maps in SwiftUI using MapKit course?
Map view was first introduced into the context of SwiftUI when it was released on iOS 14. The map view shows an integrated map interface. The map view shows a region, and you can access this view within the SwiftUI view. Map view comes with a variety of options to configure it, allowing users to display or track a particular location and interact with maps within the view.
SwiftUI map is an excellent way to display maps and show some of the fundamental functions in the map, but it's not equal to the UIKit MKMapView. MKMapView. However, the transfer to the UIKit map is simple. In this course, we'll begin with a basic map and look at all the features maps available from SwiftUI. Then we will look at various options to enhance maps map annotations and map markers. We will also design a marker for maps using the pure SwiftUI views.
SwiftUI map version does not allow different maps. However, we can include support for this by creating a map in UIKit. This map will enable us to work with map types in the SwiftUI world.
We'll also look at the potential to include a core location framework to facilitate users' location tracking, as well as signing up to receive published user locations as they move on the map.
Content of the Course:
Map view in SwiftUI
MKMapView is a port of UIKit to SwiftUI
Core location integration into SwiftUI
Integration of Maps into SwiftUI applications
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