|Related to : CLLocationManager.location is nil|
|Swift Unit test: HotSwap an CLLocationManager Object|
Rather than go to the trouble of mocking a complicated system API, why
not just use the location services simulation mechanisms built into
Xcode? Just go to Product > Debug > Simulate Location and set the
location as necessary there.
|Which is better for getting assembly location , GetAssembly().Location or GetExecutingAssembly().Location|
It seems rather obvious: When you want the executing assembly, use
Sometimes you don't have one, for example when running as an Office
add-in. You could use Assembly.GetAssembly instead.
|how to display one location from an array of location based on sensor number|
I can't see your code, so it's hard to know.
Here is a working solution, by calling initialize when clicking on
This resets the map with a new marker.
Defined initialize() with parameter "select"
Beneath the map variable (but inside initialize) made a marker, which
picks the data using the previously defined "select" parameter.
Used html element to call initialize with parameter
|Location Listener Can't Reach Location|
Did you enable location in the device for both sources GPS ans
NETWORK? Currently in your code your'e asking for network provider, if
this provider is disabled the method getLastKnownLocation will return
|Gps not getting location|
If Gps can not fetch the location than go with network to get the
Try with below mentioned code.
locationManager = (LocationManager)
MIN_TIME_BW_UPDATES, MIN_DISTANCE_CHANGE_FOR_UPDATES, this);
// getting GPS status
isGPSEnabled = l