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First steps developing in java applet. Directions


First steps developing in java applet. Directions

By : user3849103
Date : October 23 2020, 11:12 PM
hope this fix your issue
Is it feasible to code in java without eclipse, maven, etc ? I am pretty sure it is possible, technically, but is it really convenient/practically possible ?
code :


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Google maps api Directions User defined Steps

Google maps api Directions User defined Steps


By : CSSLearner
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
may help you . I think I found a solution.
Here it is if somebody will get the same problem
code :
for (var i = 0; i < directionResult.routes[0].overview_path.length; i++) {
    var marker = new google.maps.Marker({
        position: directionResult.routes[0].overview_path[i],
        map: myMap
    });
}
Google Directions API not providing exact steps

Google Directions API not providing exact steps


By : user3589001
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue The steps received in the Webservice response are the turn points where the user's direction will change.
I now tried to get the polyline from the webservice response and extracted coordinates with code provided here. Problem resolved!
Ionic App: Display Google Directions steps

Ionic App: Display Google Directions steps


By : Reinier Bakels
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
This might help you This is a somewhat subjective question. However, Action Sheet is intended to be used for buttons and a Side Menu is meant for navigation. Both have default behaviors that would probably make your users annoyed, because they are conceptually the wrong UI components for this type of information. In particular they will auto-close if you tap in the wrong places, not good if you are trying to read or scroll the list.
You should use an ionList inside of ionContent to show direction steps so you can scroll in case the steps are larger than the available screen. You could have the steps show in a modal or you could just make it another state view that you can navigate to.
How to parse "steps" from the google directions API to java (android)

How to parse "steps" from the google directions API to java (android)


By : GhKsiNinja
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Any of those help Here is full code. I Run it in my Device and get Successfull result. If you face problem then let me know.
code :
try {
            List<Route> routes=new ArrayList<Route>();

            JSONObject mainJSON=new JSONObject(jsonJ);
            JSONArray jarray1=mainJSON.getJSONArray("routes");
            JSONObject jobj1=jarray1.getJSONObject(0);
            JSONArray jarray2=jobj1.getJSONArray("legs");
            JSONObject jobj2=jarray2.getJSONObject(0);
            JSONArray stepArray=jobj2.getJSONArray("steps");

            for (int i=0;i<stepArray.length();i++){
                Route route=new Route();

                JSONObject jobj5=stepArray.getJSONObject(i);
                JSONObject disOBJ=jobj5.getJSONObject("distance");
                JSONObject durOBJ=jobj5.getJSONObject("duration");
                JSONObject endOBJ=jobj5.getJSONObject("end_location");
                JSONObject polOBJ=jobj5.getJSONObject("polyline");
                JSONObject startOBJ=jobj5.getJSONObject("start_location");

                route.startAddress=jobj2.getString("start_address");
                route.endAddress=jobj2.getString("end_address");

                if (jobj5.has("maneuver")){
                    route.maneuver=new Maneuver(jobj5.getString("maneuver"));
                }

                route.distance=new Distance(disOBJ.getString("text"),disOBJ.getString("value"));
                route.duration=new Duration(durOBJ.getString("text"),durOBJ.getString("value"));
                route.startLocation=new LatLng(startOBJ.getDouble("lat"),startOBJ.getDouble("lng"));
                route.endLocation=new LatLng(endOBJ.getDouble("lat"),endOBJ.getDouble("lng"));
                route.points=decodePoluLine(polOBJ.getString("points"));

                routes.add(route);
            }

        } catch (JSONException e) {
            e.printStackTrace();
        }
Algorithm for evenly arranging steps in 2 directions

Algorithm for evenly arranging steps in 2 directions


By : user2081926
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
like below fixes the issue I am currently programming the controller for a CNC machine, and therefore I need to get the amount of stepper motor steps in each direction when I get from point A to B. For example point A's coordinates are x=0 and y=0 and B's coordinates are x=15 and y=3. So I have to go 15 steps on the x axis and 3 und the y axis. But how do I get those two values mixed up in a way that is smooth (aka not first x and then y, this results in really ugly lines)? In my example with x=15 and y=3 I want it arranged like that: , there are 2 major issues in here:
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