Published on March 3, 2017 by Google

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In part 2 of this series, Laurence Moroney and Alyssa the AI present how to build a place-based experience in Android. In this episode you’ll learn all about place detection and the APIs that you can use to determine if you are at real-world places like coffee shops, bus stops and more!

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Ohad Kless
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Ohad Kless
10 months 5 days ago

Any link to sources of Android example?

Sanjay Shr
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Sanjay Shr
10 months 16 days ago

Awesome 🙂 How I can get the location of other users those are present in the same place? And plot it on the map as points.

Sanjay Shr
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Sanjay Shr
10 months 15 days ago

Thank you… When it will be done I'll let you know 🙂

Laurence Moroney
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Laurence Moroney
10 months 15 days ago

2 ways — you can use the Google Maps distance Matrix API, or you can do the math yourself — there's a formula that you can find on the web.

Sanjay Shr
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Sanjay Shr
10 months 16 days ago

I wondering how do I plot those that are within X distance(radius).

Sanjay Shr
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Sanjay Shr
10 months 16 days ago

Instead of that I can use FusedLocationProviderApi to get latitude-and-longitude

Sanjay Shr
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Sanjay Shr
10 months 16 days ago

Thank you

SuperNelmer
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SuperNelmer
10 months 16 days ago

I LOVE THIS

Laurence Moroney
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Laurence Moroney
10 months 16 days ago

Thanks! 🙂

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