Keytool -list -v -keystore keystore_name -alias alias_name I also get the Binary XML error [â¦] This Android tutorial will help a beginner to start with Google Maps on an Android device. Allows to view, edit, print, save, convert your files. For the details of description on the permissions, refer to . If your app is for internal business use by employees, or if it is not accessible or functional for members of the general public then we consider that a Commercial app.
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To get you started we’ll guide you through the Google Developers Console to do a few things first: This tutorial shows you how to build an iOS app to: Follow this tutorial to build an iOS app using the , the , and the . Show/Hide the Swift code for MapViewController.Swift. Show/Hide the Swift code for PlacesViewController.Swift. A tiny red aircraft will appear on the map in your application, as seen below: Press the Edit button, and the map view will zoom in to the region you are in and will center the aircraft: Next, test the waypoint feature by tapping wherever you’d like on the map view. In this element, set the class attribute to com.Google.Android.Gms.Maps.StreetViewPanoramaFragment (or SupportStreetViewPanoramaFragment). Let’s add the UI in Main.Storyboard’s RootViewController Scene, as seen below: Once that’s done, open DJIRootViewController.M file, create IBOutlets for the above UI elements and import DJISDK’s header file and implement “DJIFlightControllerDelegate” and “DJISDKManagerDelegate” protocols.