jbrennan jbrennan - 1 year ago 91
Objective-C Question

Positioning MKMapView to show multiple annotations at once

I've got several annotations I want to add to my MKMapView (it could 0-n items, where n is generally around 5). I can add the annotations fine, but I want to resize the map to fit all annotations onscreen at once, and I'm not sure how to do this.

I've been looking at

but I'm not quite sure what to do with it. I'll post some code to show what I've got so far. I think this should be a generally straightforward task but I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed with MapKit so far.

- (void)locationManager:(CLLocationManager *)manager didUpdateToLocation:(CLLocation *)newLocation fromLocation:(CLLocation *)oldLocation{

location = newLocation.coordinate;
//One location is obtained.. just zoom to that location

MKCoordinateRegion region;
region.center = location;

//Set Zoom level using Span
MKCoordinateSpan span;
span.latitudeDelta = 0.015;
span.longitudeDelta = 0.015;
region.span = span;
// Set the region here... but I want this to be a dynamic size
// Obviously this should be set after I've added my annotations
[mapView setRegion:region animated:YES];

// Test data, using these as annotations for now
NSArray *arr = [NSArray arrayWithObjects:@"one", @"two", @"three", @"four", nil];
float ex = 0.01;
for (NSString *s in arr) {
JBAnnotation *placemark = [[JBAnnotation alloc] initWithLat:(location.latitude + ex) lon:location.longitude];
[mapView addAnnotation:placemark];
ex = ex + 0.005;
// What do I do here?
[mapView setRegion:[mapView regionThatFits:region] animated:YES];

Notice, this all happens as I receive a location update... I don't know if that's an appropriate place to do this. If not, where would be a better place?

Thanks in advance.

Answer Source

As of iOS7 you can use showAnnotations:animated:

[mapView showAnnotations:annotations animated:YES];