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Geolocation plugin for Flutter. This plugin provides a cross-platform (iOS, Android) API for generic location (GPS etc.) functions.
- breaking Updated to support AndroidX;
- Added API method
isLocationServiceEnabledto check if location services are enabled or disabled
- Removed method
checkGeolocationStatus(marked deprecated in version 1.6.4);
- Updated to latest version of Permission Handler plugin to solve some small issues on iOS;
- Added Swift version number to podspec file;
- Added ProGuard support for Android;
- Updated static code analyses to confirm to latest recommendations from Flutter team.
- Updated iOS code to Swift 4.2
- Updated to latest version of the permission_handler plugin (v2.1.2)
- Updated dependencies on Permission Handler and Google API Availability plugins.
- Updated Gradle version
- Bug fix where a null reference exception occurs because the timestamp of the
nullwhen fetching a
- breaking The
getPositionStreammethod now directly returns an instance of the
Stream<Position>class, meaning there is no need to
awaitthe method before being able to access the stream;
- breaking Arguments for the methods
getLastKnownPositionare now named optional parameters instead of positional optional parameters;
- By default Geolocator will use FusedLocationProviderClient on Android when Google Play Services are available. It will fall back to LocationManager when it is not available. You can override the behaviour by setting
Geolocator geolocator = Geolocator()..forceAndroidLocationManager = true;
- Allow developers to specify a desired interval for active location updates, in milliseconds (Android only).
- Added timestamp to instances of the
Positionclass indicating when the GPS fix was acquired;
- Updated the dependency on the
PermissionHandlerto version >=2.0.0 <3.0.0.
- Fixed bug on Android when not supplying a locale while using the Geocoding features.
- Added support to supply a locale when using the
- Deprecated the static method
checkGeolocationStatusin favor of the instance method
checkGeolocationPermissionStatus(the static version will be removed in version 2.0 of the Geolocator plugin).
- Added feature to check the availability of Google Play services on the device (using the
checkGooglePlayServicesAvailabilitymethod). This will allow developers to implement a more user friendly experience regarding the usage of Google Play services (for more information see the article Set Up Google Play Services);
- Fixed the error
'List<dynamic>' is not a subtype of type 'Future<dynamic>'on Flutter 0.6.2 and higher (thanks @fawadkhanucp for reporting the issue and solution);
- Fixed an error when calling the
placemarkFromCoordinatesfrom an Android background service (thanks @sestegra for reporting the issue and creating a pull-request).
- Hot fix to solve cast exception
- Fixed a bug which caused stationary location updates not to be streamed when using the new
FusedLocationProviderClienton Android (thanks @audkar for the PR).
- Use the Location Services (through the
FusedLocationProviderClient) on Android if available, otherwise fallback to the
- Make sure that on Android the last know location is returned immediately on the stream when requesting location updates through the
- Updated documentation on adding location permissions on Android.
- It is now possible to check the location permissions using the
checkGeolocationStatusmethod [ISSUE #51].
- Improved the example App [ISSUE #54]
- Solved a bug on Android causing a memory leak when you stop listening to the position stream.
- breaking Solved a bug on Android where permissions could be requested more then once simultaniously [ISSUE #58]
- Solved a bug on Android where requesting permissions twice would cause the App to crash [ISSUE #61]
To be able to correctly fix issue #58 we had to change the
getPositionStreammethod into a
asyncmethod. This means the signature of the method has been changed from:
Stream<Position> getPositionStream([LocationOptions locationOptions = const LocationOptions()])
Future<Stream<Position>> getPositionStream([LocationOptions locationOptions = const LocationOptions()]).
Meaning as a developer you'll now have to
awaitthe result of the method to get access to the actual stream.
- Added feature to query the last known location that is stored on the device using the
- breaking Renamed the
- Fixed bug where calling
getCurrentPositionon Android resulted in returning the last known location;
- breaking Renamed methods
fromPlacemarkrespectively to the, more meaningfull names,
- Added support for iOS
bestwhen on Android).
- Added the option to check the distance between two geocoordinates (using the
- Make sure that an Android App using the plugin is informed when the platform stops transmitting location updates.
- Added feature to throttle the amount of locations updates based on a supplied distance filter.
This introduces a breaking change since the signature of the
getPositionStreamhas changed from
- Made some small changes to ensure the plugin no longer is depending on JAVA 8, meaning the plugin will run using the default Android configuration.
- Added support to translate an address into geocoordinates and vice versa (a.k.a. Geocoding). See the README.md file for more information.
- Fixed reported formatting issues
- Fixed a warning generated by xCode when compiling the example project (see issue #28)
- Fixed some warnings generated by Dart static code analyser, improving code quality
- Introduced the option to supply a desired accuracy.
This introduces a breaking change, the
onPositionChangedproperties have been replaced by methods (
getPosition([LocationAccuracy desiredAccuracy = LocationAccuracy.Best])and
getPositionStream([LocationAccuracy desiredAccuracy = LocationAccuracy.Best])respectively) accepting a parameter to indicate the desired accuracy.
- Updated documentation
- API defined stable
- Solved problem with missing geolocator-Swift.h header file (see also issue Flutter#16049).
- Initial release