HERE iOS SDK Developer's Guide

NMAWaypoint

Class Summary

class NMAWaypoint

Derived from: NSObject

Waypoints define a route's stopovers, including its start point it's destination point and any points in between.

Include: NMAKit.framework/headers/NMAWaypoint.h

Inheritance Diagrams

Figure 1. Public inheritance diagram for NMAWaypoint

[For complete information, see the section Class Details]

Public Property Summary

Table 1. Public Properties
Public Properties

[readable, assign] NMAGeoCoordinates mappedPosition

The NMAGeoCoordinates representing the mapped position of the NMAWaypoint - the coordinates adjusted by the routing request

[readable, assign] NMAGeoCoordinates originalPosition

The NMAGeoCoordinates representing the original position of the NMAWaypoint - typically the coordinates passed into a routing request

Class Details

Waypoints define a route's stopovers, including its start point it's destination point and any points in between.

Each waypoint represents a position along an NMARoute, this includes:
  • The original (input) coordinates specified as part of a search request or
  • The adjusted coordinates used to calculate the route. For example, the routing engine may adjust the input coordinates so that they fall upon a road. The process of adjusting the coordinates is known as map matching.
Note:

A waypoint can represent the result of map matching.

Public Property Details

[readable, assign] NMAGeoCoordinatesmappedPosition

The NMAGeoCoordinates representing the mapped position of the NMAWaypoint - the coordinates adjusted by the routing request.

[readable, assign] NMAGeoCoordinatesoriginalPosition

The NMAGeoCoordinates representing the original position of the NMAWaypoint - typically the coordinates passed into a routing request.