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UrbvanCenterPinMapView

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Examples

Requirements

  • iOS 11.0+
  • Xcode 11.6

Installation

UrbvanCenterPinMapView is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'UrbvanCenterPinMapView'

Usage

  1. Change the class of a view from UIView to UrbvanCenterPinMapView
  2. Programmatically:
let pinMapView = UrbvanCenterPinMapView(frame: myFrame)
let pinMapView = UrbvanCenterPinMapView(frame: myFrame)

Customization

pinImage

Center Pin's Pin image view's image to assign a custom pin asset

pinMapView.pinImage = UIImage(named: "my-pin-image")
shadowImage

Center Pin's Shadow image view's image to assign a custom pin asset

pinMapView.shadowImage = UIImage(named: "my-shadow-image")
shadowImageWhenDragged

Alternate shadow image, if specified the center pin's shadow will change to this one while the user us dragging the map

pinMapView.shadowImageWhenDragged = UIImage(named: "my-optional-second-shadow-image")
shadowAlpha

Center Pin's Shadow image view alpha value customization

pinMapView.shadowAlpha = 0.8
Center Pin and Shadow Offsets

Different offsets if you want to adjust your custom assets for pin and shadow

pinMapView.pinOffsetY = 13
pinMapView.shadowOffsetX = 12
pinMapView.shadowOffsetY = 10

isDragging

If you would like to know if map is being moved

Delegate

You can implement UrbvanCenterPinMapView delegate to implement your own didStartDragging and didEndDragging functionality.

pinMapView.delegate = self

extension MyViewController: UrbvanCenterPinMapViewDelegate {

    func didStartDragging() {
        // My custom actions
    }

    func didEndDragging() {
        // My custom actions
        selectedLocation = pinMapView.mapview.centerCoordinate
    }

}

You can also set your own MKMapView delegate while keeping UrbvanCenterPinMapView core functionality by using updateDragging() un MKMapViewDelegate

pinMapView.mapview.delegate = self

extension MyViewController: MKMapViewDelegate {

    func mapView(_ mapView: MKMapView, viewFor annotation: MKAnnotation) -> MKAnnotationView? {
        // My custom implementation
    }

    func mapView(_ mapView: MKMapView, rendererFor overlay: MKOverlay) -> MKOverlayRenderer {
        // My custom implementation
    }

    func mapView(_ mapView: MKMapView, regionWillChangeAnimated animated: Bool) {
        // My custom implementation
        pinMapView.updateDragging() // Place this code to keep UrbvanCenterPinMapView delegate functionality
    }

    func mapView(_ mapView: MKMapView, regionDidChangeAnimated animated: Bool) {
        // My custom implementation
        pinMapView.updateDragging() // Place this code to keep UrbvanCenterPinMapView delegate functionality
    }

}

Animate Pin

If you would like to animate your pin while its being dragged you shloud use UIImageView animation. example:

pinMapView.delegate = self

let pinImages = (1...36).map { UIImage(named: "pin-\($0)")! }
pinMapView.pin.pin.animationImages = pinImages
pinMapView.pin.pin.animationDuration = 0.8

pinMapView.delegate = self

extension MyViewController: UrbvanCenterPinMapViewDelegate {

    func didStartDragging() {
        // My custom actions
        pinMapView.pin.pin.startAnimating()
    }

    func didEndDragging() {
        // My custom actions
        pinMapView.pin.pin.stopAnimating()
    }

}

Centering Map

You can center UrbvanCenterPinMapView on your current location by using:

pinMapView.pinMapView.centerOnUserLocation()

Or you cans set a custom coordinate where you want to center your map:

pinMapView.pinMapView.center(on coordinate: myCoordinate)

On both methods you can set a custom span for how much map you wish to show:

let mySpan = MKCoordinateSpan(latitudeDelta: 0.01, longitudeDelta: 0.01)
pinMapView.pinMapView.center(on coordinate: myCoordinate, span: mySpan)

Supports Setting Map Insets

If you update your map insets at run time you should call:

pinMapView.pinMapView.updateFrames(animated: true)

to set a new center for the pin in a smooth transition.

Author

Daniel Esteban Salinas Suárez @Urbvan, danielesalinas23@gmail.com

License

UrbvanCenterPinMapView is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.

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