Geolocation in iOS
Posted on 15 October 2012.
Take advantage of iPhone and iPad sensors and advanced geolocation technologies to build state-of-the-art location applications.




Geolocation in iOS takes you deep inside Apple’s Core Location framework, Map Kit, and other iOS tools, using illustrative examples and sample Objective-C code.

Learn how to build location-aware apps for both iPhones and iPads, using code that detects hardware features and then adjusts your app’s behavior.

If you’re a programmer with iOS experience, or a Mac developer familiar with Objective-C, this book helps you get off to a solid start in location-based app development.

You’ll learn about:

Core Location: Understand the significant-change location service and geo-fencing capabilities.

Map Kit: Embed maps into your application’s views.

Magnetometer: Use the on-board sensor as a digital compass.

Geocoding capabilities: Translate geographic coordinates into place names, and vice versa.

Heat maps: Get a code walkthrough for displaying these maps on top of a standard MapKit view.

Third-party SDKs: Add unique geo-location capabilities to your app from SkyHook Wireless, MapBox, and other providers.





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