Gives polyline coordinates to set polylines in Google Map.

pub package

google_map_polyline

Flutter plugin to retrieve coordinates (in latitude and longitude) to draw the polylines (Route) in google_maps_flutter package. This package made with the inspiration of flutter_polyline_points.

Getting Started

To use this plugin, add google_map_polyline as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

Example

  1. First you need to create object using your Google Maps API key.
  1. Now you may able retrieve coordinates for the Polyline route.
  • Get the Polyline coordinates using location coordinates (latitude and longitude)
          await googleMapPolyline.getCoordinatesWithLocation(
              origin: LatLng(40.677939, -73.941755),
              destination: LatLng(40.698432, -73.924038),
              mode:  RouteMode.driving);	
    
  • Get the Polyline coordinates using address of the location
          await googleMapPolyline.getPolylineCoordinatesWithAddress(
              origin:  '55 Kingston Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11213, USA',
              destination:  '8007 Cypress Ave, Glendale, NY 11385, USA',
              mode:  RouteMode.driving);
    

Overview

  • x Coordinates with Location Coordinates (Latitude and Longitude)
  • x Coordinates with Location Address
  • x Route Modes
    • x Driving
    • x Walking
    • x Bicycling
  • Coordinates with Location Coordinates and Address (example: Origin as address and Destination as coordinates)
  • Alternative routes

Feature Requests and Issues

Please file feature requests and bugs at the issue tracker.

Libraries

google_map_polyline

Dart

VM

dart:ffi
Foreign Function Interface for interoperability with the C programming language. [...]

Web

dart:html
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dart:js
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dart:js_util
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