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Please note that this project has moved. Please head to https://github.com/tobrun/flutter-mapbox-gl for updates.


Flutter Mapbox GL Native

This Flutter plugin for mapbox-gl-native enables embedded interactive and customizable vector maps inside of a Flutter widget. This project plugin is in early development stage. Only Android is supported for now.

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Getting Started

Android

Following examples use Mapbox vector tiles, which require a Mapbox account and a Mapbox access token. Obtain a free access token on your Mapbox account page. After you get the key, place it in project's Android directory:

  • Create a file with the following path:
  • Add token to the local.properties file.

Demo app

  • Install Flutter and validate its installation with
  • Clone this repository with
  • Run the app with

New project

  • Create new Flutter project in your IDE or via terminal
  • Add dependency to file and get the package
  • Add Mapbox read token value in the application manifest :
<manifest ... <application ... <meta-data android:name="com.mapbox.token"android:value="YOUR_TOKEN_HERE" />
  • Import Mapbox widgets and add them to your widget tree

Documentation

This README file currently houses all of the documentation for this Flutter project. Please visit mapbox.com/android-docs if you'd like more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for Android and mapbox.com/ios-sdk for more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for iOS.

Getting Help

  • Need help with your code?: Look for previous questions on the #mapbox tag — or ask a new question.
  • Have a bug to report?Open an issue. If possible, include a full log and information which shows the issue.
  • Have a feature request?Open an issue. Tell us what the feature should do and why you want the feature.

Sample code

This repository's example library is currently the best place for you to find reference code for this project.

Contributing

We welcome contributions to this repository!

If you're interested in helping build this Mapbox/Flutter integration, please read the contribution guide to learn how to get started.

Sours: https://reposhub.com/flutter/charts/mapbox-flutter-mapbox-gl.html

Please note that this project is community driven and is not an official Mapbox product. We welcome feedback and contributions.

This Flutter plugin allows to show embedded interactive and customizable vector maps inside a Flutter widget. For the Android and iOS integration, we use mapbox-gl-native. For web, we rely on mapbox-gl-js. This project only supports a subset of the API exposed by these libraries.

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  • Install Flutter and validate its installation with
  • Clone the repository with
  • Add a public Mapbox access token to the example app (see next section)
  • Add a secret Mapbox access token for downloading the SDK
  • Connect a mobile device or start an emulator, simulator or chrome
  • Locate the id of a the device with
  • Run the app with

This project uses Mapbox vector tiles, which requires a Mapbox account and a Mapbox access token. Obtain a free access token on your Mapbox account page.

Even if you do not use Mapbox vector tiles but vector tiles from a different source (like self-hosted tiles) with this plugin, you will need to specify any non-empty string as Access Token as explained below!

The recommended way to provide your access token is through the constructor's parameter, which is available starting from the v0.8 release. Note that you should always use the same token throughout your entire app.

An alternative method to provide access tokens that was required until the v0.7 release is described in this wiki article.

You must also [configure a secret access token having the Download: read scope][https://docs.mapbox.com/ios/maps/guides/install/]. If this configuration is not present, an error like the following appears during the iOS build.

Avoid Android UnsatisfiedLinkError #

Update buildTypes in

This project is available on pub.dev, follow the instructions to integrate a package into your flutter application. For platform specific integration, use the flutter application under the example folder as reference.

FeatureAndroidiOSWeb
Style
Camera
Gesture
User Location
Symbol
Circle
Line
Fill

Map styles can be supplied by setting the in the . The following formats are supported:

  1. Passing the URL of the map style. This can be one of the built-in map styles, also see or a custom map style served remotely using a URL that start with 'http(s)://' or 'mapbox://'
  2. Passing the style as a local asset. Create a JSON file in the and add a reference in . Set the style string to the relative path for this asset in order to load it into the map.
  3. Passing the style as a local file. create an JSON file in app directory (e.g. ApplicationDocumentsDirectory). Set the style string to the absolute path of this JSON file.
  4. Passing the raw JSON of the map style. This is only supported on Android.

Support for offline maps is available by "side loading" the required map tiles and including them in your folder.

  • Create your tiles package by following the guide available here.

  • Place the tiles.db file generated in step one in your assets directory and add a reference to it in your file.

  • Call when your application starts to copy your tiles into the location where Mapbox can access them. NOTE: This method should be called before the Map widget is loaded to prevent collisions when copying the files into place.

An offline region is a defined region of a map that is available for use in conditions with limited or no network connection. Tiles for selected region, style and precision are downloaded from Mapbox using proper SDK methods and stored in application's cache.

Android #

Add the or permission in the application manifest to enable location features in an Android application:

Starting from Android API level 23 you also need to request it at runtime. This plugin does not handle this for you. The example app uses the flutter 'location' plugin for this.

To enable location features in an iOS application:

If you access your users' location, you should also add the following key to to explain why you need access to their location data:

Mapbox recommends the explanation "Shows your location on the map and helps improve the map".

This README file currently houses all of the documentation for this Flutter project. Please visit mapbox.com/android-docs if you'd like more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for Android and mapbox.com/ios-sdk for more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for iOS.

  • Need help with your code?: Look for previous questions on the #mapbox tag — or ask a new question.
  • Have a bug to report?Open an issue. If possible, include a full log and information which shows the issue.
  • Have a feature request?Open an issue. Tell us what the feature should do and why you want the feature.

We welcome contributions to this repository! If you're interested in helping build this Mapbox/Flutter integration, please read the contribution guide to learn how to get started.

Sours: https://pub.dev/packages/mapbox_gl
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Flutter Mapbox GL Native

Please note that this project has moved. Please head to https://github.com/tobrun/flutter-mapbox-gl for updates.


This Flutter plugin for mapbox-gl-native enables embedded interactive and customizable vector maps inside of a Flutter widget. This project plugin is in early development stage. Only Android is supported for now.

screenshot.png

Getting Started

Android

Following examples use Mapbox vector tiles, which require a Mapbox account and a Mapbox access token. Obtain a free access token on your Mapbox account page. After you get the key, place it in project's Android directory:

  • Create a file with the following path:
  • Add token to the local.properties file.

Demo app

  • Install Flutter and validate its installation with
  • Clone this repository with
  • Run the app with

New project

  • Create new Flutter project in your IDE or via terminal
  • Add dependency to file and get the package
  • Add Mapbox read token value in the application manifest :
<manifest ... <application ... <meta-data android:name="com.mapbox.token"android:value="YOUR_TOKEN_HERE" />
  • Import Mapbox widgets and add them to your widget tree

Documentation

This README file currently houses all of the documentation for this Flutter project. Please visit mapbox.com/android-docs if you'd like more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for Android and mapbox.com/ios-sdk for more information about the Mapbox Maps SDK for iOS.

Getting Help

  • Need help with your code?: Look for previous questions on the #mapbox tag — or ask a new question.
  • Have a bug to report?Open an issue. If possible, include a full log and information which shows the issue.
  • Have a feature request?Open an issue. Tell us what the feature should do and why you want the feature.

Sample code

This repository's example library is currently the best place for you to find reference code for this project.

Contributing

We welcome contributions to this repository!

If you're interested in helping build this Mapbox/Flutter integration, please read the contribution guide to learn how to get started.

Sours: https://github.com/mapbox/flutter-mapbox-gl
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We’ve just released a plugin that adds experimental Mapbox Maps support to Flutter. Embed interactive and customizable maps inside a Flutter widget with just a few lines of code. Add one of our designer map styles or create your own in Studio and reference it in your app using the plugin.

To install the Flutter plugin follow the instructions on https://pub.dartlang.org/packages/mapbox_gl. The source code is available at https://github.com/mapbox/flutter-mapbox-gl where you can find additional documentation and examples to get you started.

To embed an interactive map in your Flutter widget, add a MapboxOverlay as a child. For example, the following snippet will add a map with a Dark style centered at the coordinates specified in target:

The map integrates correctly with other UI flutter components. In this example you can see how the map can be included in a tabbed view with three tabs.

The plugin also includes API support to convert from the Flutter local screen coordinates (the x,y coordinates where the user taps on the screen) to latitude and longitude values on the map.

The plugin comes with a demo app that showcases some of the interactions you can build with the plugin today. See it in action:

Please note that this is an experimental plugin meant for gathering early feedback from the Flutter community. It only supports Android for now, but we plan to add new features in the coming weeks. We welcome and encourage contributions in the GitHub repo.

Like every year, we’ll be attending Google I/O to hangout and enjoy all the announcements. Ping Dan or Pablo if you have any questions about the Flutter plugin or if you simply want to chat about our developer platform for maps and location services.

Sours: https://www.mapbox.com/blog/test-out-the-maps-plugin-for-flutter

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