Tuesday, January 26, 2010

iPhone Location-Based Programming Course - 2 Feb 2010 (Tue)

Phew! I am finally done with the course materials for the iPhone LBS course on 2 Feb 2010. It is going to be a lot of fun and this is what you will learn:

* How to use Core Location to get location information
* How to create your own compass app
* How to log your locations as you move
* How to display the Google Maps using MapKit
* How to track your location by sending your location data to a back end server running Bing Maps (realtime!).
* How to create a rotating map as you turn
* How to create annotations on the map
* How to use the Google Maps API in your native App

Register now if you have not done so!

1 comment:

Larry said...

Without writing an Android app, is there an alternate way to send my current GPS location to my Apache server that's sitting at home?

I used my G1 browser to connect to my home Apache server and dumped out all $ENV variables, hoping to see a Latitude/Longitude somewhere in there, but no such luck.

Is there a way to enable the G1's browser to report Lat/Long to web servers? I'm willing to live with the "security risk" of other snoopy websites out there knowing where I am at the moment.