This is a Google Maps SDK Sample with RubyMotion authored on Git by Watson 1978. Instructions are available to configure an API key. Developers should note that Google Maps SDK has only armv7 binary. That is why a configuration to build armv7 binary on a Rakefile is required. Another consideration is bridge support. A link is available to avoid a bug and modify a file manually. While keeping in mind these details, Watson 1978 also uploaded update resources for Google Maps SDK 1.2.2. This SDK sample with Ruby Motion can add a different perspective to application development related to mapping, location, and localization.
Map mashups continue to mature in terms of sophistication and functionality, providing end users with an ever-expanding set of tools and applications. As a result, the intersection between traditional geospatial data and these new mashups requires well defined ways to transfer, distribute, and consume geospatial data in a web-friendly way.
Last week Flickr announced a great set of enhancements to their service: geotagging of photos on a map. Once again they've done a nice job in the interface by making it really, really easy. Drag-n-drop them on the map and you're done.