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.
Back in February 2010 we asked Why can't you share photos on Foursquare? We discussed that this could be seen as an oversight or an opportunity for others. However, this question has now been deprecated by Foursquare with the introduction of its add photo API method, which suggests that the previous absence of a method was simply because it wasn't a priority, it was an oversight or the opportunity hasn't been taken up by developers as Foursquare had hoped. In addition to the new add photo method, Foursquare have also introduced API methods which allow comments to be added and deleted from checkins. These methods have already been rolled into the official iPhone and Android apps along with a few 3rd party apps that use the Foursquare API.
Map mashup developers take note. Google has just announced that it has made several changes to the Google Maps base map, which now includes several new base layers as well as well as more detailed information.