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Using the @react-google-maps/api package, I create a value between points with google direction service and display the result in direction renderer. Imagine I have a start, end and 3 waypoints. I show the result with direction renderer and I can edit the polyline data. When I edit the result with the direction renderer, I update the state again. My problem is that when I add a new waypoint value, the direction service calculates again and produces results. If it is a direction renderer, I show the final result. Waypoint value added super. The polyline data that I edited with the direction renderer disappeared. How can I intelligently combine the result from the direction service with the polyline data I edited with the direction renderer?...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 13:37
I solved my problem. I learned that when Direction render editable is active, the point it edits is added as a waypoint value. The problem is solved when I take the waypoint value from the direction renderer and add the waypoint as stopover false. So, I calculate it from the direction service and show it from the direction renderer, I edit it. My existing representation does not disappear when I add a new waypoint.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 12:11
Added require and solved the issue.
I'm using @react-google-maps/api to show a few markers in a map.
I want to add another marker on button click, and when the marker has been added, I want the map to be centered so it shows all the markers. According to this, this is what I wrote:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-01 at 01:38
useEffect is executing before
has loaded the API. I would do something like:
I am using the @react-google-maps/api package. I get the midpoint with onCenterChanged. My problem here is that every time the user drags it gives me the midpoint. Is it possible for me to get the midpoint as soon as the user releases their drag? I will send a fetch request and get results. According to the current system, it constantly sends requests in each movement....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 12:51
I solved my problem. The dragend event completely solved my problem. see: google-maps-react get marker position on drag end
I have a simple next.js app with two pages, index.js and results.js. The index page has two Location AutoComplete fields which return the address and LatLng of a location after a user selects it from the dropdown of reccomended locations. Once returned, this data is stored in a variable called
markers on the index page. When the user clicks the Get Results button on the index page, I'm attempting to pass the address and LatLng data to the results page, so that the selected locations can be shown as a markers on the map.
I've been attempting to do this on and off for about a week now and I can't figure out how to achieve what I want. I feel that there should be a super simple way to do this but I just can't figure it out. I've tried things like:
- Passing the data thorough request parameters on a button click, but the link is generated based on the variables value when the page renders rather than being updated when the variable is updated
- Having the map on the same page as the location autocomplete and attempting to use state to automatically reload the map, which didn't seem to work at all for me
- I've also looked into Redux but this seems to be way too complicated to simply pass an object/it's data from one page to another
My ideal solution is a simple way to pass the data from indext to results. It's probably also worth pointing out that I'm new to React/Next.js so I might be going about all of this the wrong way, and once this is working I'll also be adding in an API call to get directions between the two LatLng points which will also be displayed on the map on the results page.Code
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-30 at 12:45
I think there are two questions here:
- How do I pass data between two NextJS pages?
- Why isn't my link updating when the
suggestvalues are updated?
There are a few different ways you can pass data between pages, but the querystring params is probably the method I would use. Although I would not use the description in the querystring if possible. You can do this by using the NextJS
However, it appears you have tried something like this and the link is not updating. The reason for this is how the
markers data is set. You have set this as a const in the component, which tells React not to monitor changes to this object. When
onFromSuggestSelect fires, it updates the object properties and then... nothing. React thinks that there can't be any changes to the
as nothing has changed in the Parent.
This is why we have React State. If you change your
markers const to instead use the
useState hook, you should find that the implemented
will update when the value is changed.
A word of warning; read the docs thoroughly if you have not used the
useState hook before so that you understand how to implement this correctly.
I hope this solves your problem.
I am following a tutorial from Leigh Halliday about Google Maps in react. I am deviating slightly, as I need the map for different purposes than he is demonstrating.
Here is my code so far:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-30 at 08:29
A fairly simple mistake.
I'm at a loss.
react-router-dom does not work for me. The application is not redrawn when changing the address in the url. For some time I looked for this error on the Internet and made sure that everything should work for me. Moreover, everything works on my last project with identical routing settings.
What I'm talking about. I have two routes:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-23 at 17:45
The issue here is the order of the routes in the
I have a component where i get the distance from one point to another, with Google Maps (DirectionsRenderer).
What i want, is to use this data in a h1...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-12 at 23:10
You need to set up a state using useState hook, before your return:
TLDR: Sorry for the longest question in history, but I hope this is comprehensive for any users having a similar problem. My app deploys successfully from cloud shell to my domain; however, when I try cloud build, I get
Cannot find module '/workspace/server.js'
The error likely has to due with my build handlers in the app.yaml, or something to do with my cloudbuild.yaml.
Solution: use the right handlers in app.yaml standard and properly set up your cloudbuild.yaml
I am having trouble using App Engine and Cloud Build together. I am using Cloud Build to set up CICD with my Github repo. I think the issue is due to the fact that I have been not been deploying the production build to app engine. I was able to successfully deploy manually (dev version) with:
gcloud app deploy
Now, I am having trouble with my Cloud Build. In particular, I am trying to run flex environment, but I keep getting "Neither "start" in the "scripts" section of "package.json" nor the "server.js" file were found." But my package.json has a startup script?
I also tried standard environment instead of flex, but I couldn't get the handlers figured out. I tried dozens of examples. I have included the standard environment app.yaml so you can see it.
Here's my package.json:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-30 at 11:37
Solution I finally got it working! I was changing directory to build, but shouldn't have been. So here are my working cloudbuild.yaml and app.yaml files:
I use the
StandaloneSearchBox and query the locations of my points of interest. This works as far as it goes. However, I get back functions for the location and not the actual value. How do I actually get the lat and lng values similar to the viewport.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-24 at 12:04
You can just call the
lng functions to get the values.
geometry.location.lat()-> latitude value
geometry.location.lng()-> longitude value
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