Android Map Marker-New Screen
Iâ€™m new to development, specifically Android. Through tutorials, Iâ€™ve managed to display a map with a marker for a building that displays a â€œtoastâ€ box with text identifying that building, when tapped (I fashioned it after the â€œNoo Yawkâ€ example). I need to display a new full screen with a photo of that building and text describing it, and use the back button to return to the map. I need to do this for at least 30 buildings.
Do I need to start a new activity for each building? It would seem complicated and resource intensive. If so, where will the photo and text reside? Do I need to have a button in the layout to call the map again? Or is there a simpler way to do this? Given the number of buildings, will content management or a database be required?
Thanks in advance and forgive my ignorance. Iâ€™ve parsed so many articles and tutorials that Iâ€™m becoming confused.
Asked by: Rubie894 | Posted: 24-01-2022
I would just show Dialog with ImageView (photo), TextView (information) and Button (to close Dialog).
I think it would be better to keep photo and info inside database and pass them into Dialog before show.Answered by: Chester197 | Posted: 25-02-2022
You can display any view on top of the view. Add marker to your map and listen for onClick events on your marker. (see https://developers.google.com/maps/documentation/android/reference/com/google/android/gms/maps/GoogleMap.OnMarkerClickListener) Within the onClick event you show a view on top of the map.
Do not try to use the InfoWindows of the Maps API as the InfoWindows are rendered as an image and not as a live view. Therefor async loading of your images is not possible with InfoWindows.Answered by: Carlos721 | Posted: 25-02-2022
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