Google Maps Releases New SDK v1.4 for iOS
|Stuart Parkerson in iOS Wednesday, July 17, 2013|
- Support for Google Street View imagery, with coverage in 50+ countries.
- Added GMSPanoramaView, a viewer for Street View imagery, that enables both programmatic and user control.
- GMSMarkers can be shared between GMSMapView and GMSPanoramaView.
- GMSPanoramaService may be used to load panorama data ahead of display.
- Indoor floor plans and a floor selector control will now be displayed when available.
- Updated map design inspired by the new Google Maps.
- Info windows now show at 1:1 resolution on the screen regardless of tilt.
- Additional delegate methods on GMSMapView - mapView:willMove: and mapView:idleAtCameraPosition: - allow you to detect the start and end of camera movement, respectively.
- An improved look and feel for polylines and polygon stroke.
- Added a zIndex property on all overlays. Z-Indexes are calculated in two groups: GMSMarkers and all other overlays.
- Added GMSGeometryUtils methods for heading, distance, offset etc. with respect to points on the Earth.
- To align with other Google Maps APIs, GMSGroundOverlay no longer supports the zoomLevel property. You can use the helper method groundOverlayWithPosition:icon:zoomLevel: to migrate existing code.
- Improved the tappability of GMSPolygon.
- The compass now disappears when the map returns to zero bearing for any reason, including animation.
- Resolved crash issue when creating a zero-sized GMSPolygon.
- Resolved an issue where active gestures could cause a GMSMapView to not be released until deceleration completed.
- Info windows no longer allow taps to pass through them.
- Accessibility elements on GMSMapView are now hidden by default.
Read more: http://googlegeodevelopers.blogspot.com/
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