This plugin is for Doctrine only. It provides API integration with Google Maps to allow for the automatic fetching of latitude and longitude for a given model. This is configurable for any field/fields on your model.
How It Works
Add the behavior to your model:
MyModel: actAs: [Geolocatable]
Geolocatable requires the "fields" argument to work. This takes an array of fields use to determine the latitude/longitude. Provide as many or as few fields as you want, but you must provide at least one:
MyModel: actAs: Geolocatable fields: [city, state]
The Geolocatable plugin comes with some methods for geolocation:
- refreshGeocodes( $url = null ) refreshes the geocodes for the object via the Google Maps API.
- addDistanceQuery( $query, $latitude, $longitude, $distance = null)
adds distance query to a preexisting query.
field "distance" on each object represents the distance away from the passed latitude and longitude.
If $distance is not null, results are limited to that distance from the given geocodes.
Here is an example of how to find contacts within 50 miles of Nashville.
# schema.yml Contact: actAs: Geolocatable fields: [city, state] # actions.class.php $nashville = array('latitude' => 36.0775432, 'longitude' => -86.7315785); $query = Doctrine_Core::getTable('Contact')->createQuery(); $this->contacts = Doctrine_Core::getTable('Contact')->addDistanceQuery($query, $nashville['latitude'], $nashville['longitude'], 50)->execute();
- Abstract Geolocation into a service passed to the object via Dependency Injection (or created at runtime if it does not exist)
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