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I have successfully created a MapView (bb::cascades::maps::MapView) and have added one GeoLocation (bb:: platform::geo::GeoLocation) which shows a marker on the map.
I have added a name and description to my location:
location->setName("Point of interest");
location->setDescription("This point is interesting");
So when I click on the marker the little bubble pops up showing me 3 things:
-The GeoLocation's Name. "Point of interest"
-The GeoLocation's Description. "This point is interesting"
-A button with an arrow on it.
The arrow on the button is usually associated with the ability to navigate to the marker in question. How do I capture a button press from this button? And more importantly, how can I start navigation when the button is pressed?
routeInvoker.endLatitude = listItemLat.text <<<the latitude you want to go to
routeInvoker.endLongitude = listItemLon.text <<<the longitude you want to go to
routeInvoker.go() <<<calls the function