Location Details

This is an example of displaying some details of a MapsIndoors location

Start by creating a UIViewController class that conforms to the GMSMapViewDelegate protocol

class LocationDetailsController: UIViewController, GMSMapViewDelegate {

Add a GMSMapView and a MPMapControl to the class

var map: GMSMapView? = nil
var mapControl: MPMapControl? = nil

Add other views needed for this example

var detailsView = UIStackView()
var mainView = UIStackView()
var nameLabel = UILabel()
var descrLabel = UILabel()

Inside viewDidLoad, setup the map and the mapControl instance:

self.map = GMSMapView(frame: CGRect.zero)
self.map?.delegate = self
self.map?.camera = .camera(withLatitude: 57.057964, longitude: 9.9504112, zoom: 20)
self.mapControl = MPMapControl(map: self.map!)

Setup the label views

nameLabel = UILabel()
descrLabel = UILabel()
nameLabel.backgroundColor = UIColor.white
descrLabel.backgroundColor = UIColor.white

Arrange the labels inside a stackview

detailsView = UIStackView(arrangedSubviews: [nameLabel, descrLabel])
detailsView.axis = .vertical

Arrange the map and the stackview inside another stackview

mainView = UIStackView(arrangedSubviews: [map!, detailsView])
mainView.axis = .vertical

When marker is tapped, get related MapsIndoors location object and set label text, based on the name and description of the location

func mapView(_ mapView: GMSMapView, didTap marker: GMSMarker) -> Bool {
    let location = mapControl?.getLocation(marker)
    if location != nil {
        self.nameLabel.text = location?.name
        self.descrLabel.text = location?.descr
    return false

When map is tapped, reset label text

func mapView(_ mapView: GMSMapView, didTapAt coordinate: CLLocationCoordinate2D) {
    self.nameLabel.text = nil
    self.descrLabel.text = nil

See the sample in LocationDetailsController.swift

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