Run the ApiDemos sample app
Optional Cloud styling CocoaPod or GitHub demo
Instead of starting from scratch, you can try out our Objective-C sample application that demonstrates how to style your iOS map from the cloud. For details, see Objective-C sample.
Build the Beta demo app
In Xcode, press the compile button to build and then run the current scheme.
The build produces an error, prompting you to enter your API key in the
If you don't yet have an API key, set up a project on the
Cloud Console and get an API key by following the instructions in
Get an API key. When
configuring the key on the Cloud Console, you can specify your
app's bundle identifier to ensure that only your app can use the key. The
default bundle identifier of the SDK samples app is
SDKDemoAPIKey.h file and paste your API key into the definition
of the kAPIKey constant:
static NSString *const kAPIKey = @"YOUR_API_KEY";
If Xcode prompts you to unlock the
SDKDemoAPIKey.h file for editing,
Remove the following line:
#error Register for API Key and insert here.
Build and run the project.
Cloud styling map demo
CloudStyling demo shows how to style the map by using a style set on
Google Cloud Console.
When the demo application launches, click the Map Customization demo in the Beta Samples section at the top of the list.
Click Style Map to see the effect of loading different map IDs.
You can try adding your own style as well ("Style Map" > "Add a new map ID"), and see the map update with your custom styled map.