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Turn-by-turn navigation logic and UI in Swift on iOS
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Mapbox Navigation SDK for iOS

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Mapbox Navigation SDK

Mapbox Navigation gives you all the tools you need to add turn-by-turn navigation to your iOS application.

Get up and running in a few minutes with our drop-in turn-by-turn navigation NavigationViewController, or build a completely custom turn-by-turn navigation app with our core components for routing and navigation.

Features

Documentation

Requirements

The Mapbox Navigation SDK and Core Navigation are compatible with applications written in Swift 5 in Xcode 12.4 and above. The Mapbox Navigation and Mapbox Core Navigation frameworks run on iOS 11.0 and above.

The Mapbox Navigation SDK is also available for Android.

Installation

Using Swift Package Manager

To install the MapboxNavigation framework in an application using Swift Package Manager:

  1. Go to your Mapbox account dashboard and create an access token that has the DOWNLOADS:READ scope. PLEASE NOTE: This is not the same as your production Mapbox API token. Make sure to keep it private and do not insert it into any Info.plist file. Create a file named .netrc in your home directory if it doesn’t already exist, then add the following lines to the end of the file:

    machine api.mapbox.com
      login mapbox
      password PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN
    

    where PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN is your Mapbox API token with the DOWNLOADS:READ scope.

  2. In Xcode, go to File ‣ Swift Packages ‣ Add Package Dependency.

  3. Enter https://github.com/mapbox/mapbox-navigation-ios.git as the package repository and click Next.

  4. Set Rules to Version, Up to Next Major, and enter 2.0.0-rc.2 as the minimum version requirement. Click Next.

To install the MapboxNavigation framework in another package rather than an application, run swift package init to create a Package.swift, then add the following dependency:

.package(name: "MapboxNavigation", url: "https://github.com/mapbox/mapbox-navigation-ios.git", .exact("2.0.0-rc.6"))

Using CocoaPods

To install the MapboxNavigation framework using CocoaPods:

  1. Go to your Mapbox account dashboard and create an access token that has the DOWNLOADS:READ scope. PLEASE NOTE: This is not the same as your production Mapbox API token. Make sure to keep it private and do not insert it into any Info.plist file. Create a file named .netrc in your home directory if it doesn’t already exist, then add the following lines to the end of the file:

    machine api.mapbox.com
      login mapbox
      password PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN
    

    where PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN is your Mapbox API token with the DOWNLOADS:READ scope.

  2. Create a Podfile with the following specification:

    pod 'MapboxCoreNavigation', :git => 'https://github.com/mapbox/mapbox-navigation-ios.git', :tag => 'v2.0.0-rc.6'
    pod 'MapboxNavigation', :git => 'https://github.com/mapbox/mapbox-navigation-ios.git', :tag => 'v2.0.0-rc.6'
    
  3. Run pod repo update && pod install and open the resulting Xcode workspace.

Using Carthage

To install the MapboxNavigation framework using Carthage v0.38 or above:

  1. Go to your Mapbox account dashboard and create an access token that has the DOWNLOADS:READ scope. PLEASE NOTE: This is not the same as your production Mapbox API token. Make sure to keep it private and do not insert it into any Info.plist file. Create a file named .netrc in your home directory if it doesn’t already exist, then add the following lines to the end of the file:

    machine api.mapbox.com
      login mapbox
      password PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN
    

    where PRIVATE_MAPBOX_API_TOKEN is your Mapbox API token with the DOWNLOADS:READ scope.

  2. (Optional) Clear your Carthage caches:

    rm -rf ~/Library/Caches/carthage/ ~/Library/Caches/org.carthage.CarthageKit/binaries/{MapboxCommon-ios,MapboxNavigationNative,mapbox-ios-sdk-dynamic}
    
  3. Create a Cartfile with the following dependency:

    github "mapbox/mapbox-navigation-ios" "v2.0.0-rc.6"
    
  4. Run carthage bootstrap --platform iOS --use-xcframeworks --cache-builds --use-netrc.

  5. Follow the rest of Carthage’s iOS integration instructions. Your application target’s Embed Frameworks build phase should include MapboxCoreNavigation.xcframework, MapboxNavigationNative.xcframework, and MapboxCommon.xcframework.

MapboxNavigation no longer supports Carthage as of v2.0.0-alpha.1. However, if you are building a user interface from scratch, you can install just the MapboxCoreNavigation framework using Carthage.

Configuration

  1. Mapbox APIs and vector tiles require a Mapbox account and API access token. In the project editor, select the application target, then go to the Info tab. Under the “Custom iOS Target Properties” section, set MBXAccessToken to your access token. You can obtain an access token from the Mapbox account page.

  2. In order for the SDK to track the user’s location as they move along the route, set NSLocationWhenInUseUsageDescription to:

    Shows your location on the map and helps improve the map.

  3. Users expect the SDK to continue to track the user’s location and deliver audible instructions even while a different application is visible or the device is locked. Go to the Signing & Capabilities tab. Under the Background Modes section, enable “Audio, AirPlay, and Picture in Picture” and “Location updates”. (Alternatively, add the audio and location values to the UIBackgroundModes array in the Info tab.)

Now import the relevant modules and present a new NavigationViewController. You can also push to a navigation view controller from within a storyboard if your application’s UI is laid out in Interface Builder.

import MapboxDirections
import MapboxCoreNavigation
import MapboxNavigation
// Define two waypoints to travel between
let origin = Waypoint(coordinate: CLLocationCoordinate2D(latitude: 38.9131752, longitude: -77.0324047), name: "Mapbox")
let destination = Waypoint(coordinate: CLLocationCoordinate2D(latitude: 38.8977, longitude: -77.0365), name: "White House")

// Set options
let routeOptions = NavigationRouteOptions(waypoints: [origin, destination])

// Request a route using MapboxDirections
Directions.shared.calculate(routeOptions) { [weak self] (session, result) in
    switch result {
    case .failure(let error):
        print(error.localizedDescription)
    case .success(let response):
        guard let strongSelf = self else {
            return
        }
        // Pass the generated route response to the the NavigationViewController
        let viewController = NavigationViewController(for: response, routeIndex: 0, routeOptions: routeOptions)
        viewController.modalPresentationStyle = .fullScreen
        strongSelf.present(viewController, animated: true, completion: nil)
    }
}

Consult the API reference for further details.

Examples

The API reference includes example code for accomplishing common tasks. You can run these examples as part of the navigation-ios-examples project.

This repository also contains a testbed application that exercises a variety of navigation SDK features. See the contributing guide for instructions on installing and running this application.

Customization

Styling

You can customize the appearance in order to blend in with the rest of your app. Checkout DayStyle.swift for all styleable elements.

class CustomStyle: DayStyle {
    required init() {
        super.init()
        mapStyleURL = URL(string: "mapbox://styles/mapbox/satellite-streets-v9")!
        styleType = .nightStyle
    }

    override func apply() {
        super.apply()
        BottomBannerView.appearance().backgroundColor = .orange
    }
}

then initialize NavigationViewController with your style or styles:

let navigationOptions = NavigationOptions(styles: [CustomStyle()])
NavigationViewController(for: routeResponse, routeIndex: routeIndex, routeOptions: routeOptions, navigationOptions: navigationOptions)

Starting from scratch

If your application needs something totally custom, such as a voice-only experience or an unconventional user interface, consult the Core Navigation installation guide.

Contributing

We welcome feedback and code contributions! Please see CONTRIBUTING.md for details.

License

The Mapbox Navigation SDK for iOS is released under the Mapbox Terms of Service. See LICENSE.md for details.

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Release Notes

v2.0.0-rc.6
19 hours ago

Changes since v2.0.0-rc.5:

Dependencies

Electronic Horizon and route alerts

  • Note: The Mapbox Electronic Horizon feature of the Mapbox Navigation SDK is in public beta and is subject to changes, including its pricing. Use of the feature is subject to the beta product restrictions in the Mapbox Terms of Service. Mapbox reserves the right to eliminate any free tier or free evaluation offers at any time and require customers to place an order to purchase the Mapbox Electronic Horizon feature, regardless of the level of use of the feature.
  • Added the RouteController.startUpdatingElectronicHorizon(with:), RouteController.stopUpdatingElectronicHorizon(), PassiveLocationManager.startUpdatingElectronicHorizon(with:) and PassiveLocationManager.stopUpdatingElectronicHorizon() methods for managing electronic horizon updates. By default electronic horizon updates are disabled. (#3475)
  • While a RouteController, PassiveLocationProvider, or PassiveLocationManager is tracking the user’s location, you can get notifications about location changes that indicate relevant details in the electronic horizon – the upcoming portion of the routing graph – such as the names of cross streets and upcoming speed limit changes. To receive this information call RouteController.startUpdatingElectronicHorizon(with:) or PassiveLocationManager.startUpdatingElectronicHorizon(with:) methods and observe the Notification.Name.electronicHorizonDidUpdatePosition, Notification.Name.electronicHorizonDidEnterRoadObject, Notification.Name.electronicHorizonDidExitRoadObject, and Notification.Name.electronicHorizonDidPassRoadObject notifications. Use the RouteController.roadGraph or PassiveLocationManager.roadGraph property to get more information about the edges contained in these notifications. (#2834)

User location indicator

  • Removed the NavigationMapView.userCourseView property in favor of the associated value when NavigationMapView.userLocationStyle is set to UserLocationStyle.courseView(_:). Added NavigationMapView.reducedAccuracyActivatedMode property, which allows to control current location styling based on accuracy authorization permission on iOS 14 and above. (#2968, #3384)
  • Added the UserPuckCourseView.minimizesInOverview property, which allows to disable UserPuckCourseView minimization in case when navigation camera state is NavigationCameraState.overview. (#3460)

Banners and guidance instructions

  • Fixed an issue where guidance cards for multi-leg routes could temporarily show fewer cards than available. (#3451)

Location Tracking

  • RouteController and PassiveLocationManager now conform to the NavigationHistoryRecording protocol, which has methods for recording details about a trip for debugging purposes. (#3157, #3448)
  • The NavigationViewController.indexedRoute, NavigationService.indexedRoute, Router.indexedRoute, and RouteController.routeProgress properties are no longer writable. Use the Router.updateRoute(with:routeOptions:completion:) method to manually reroute the user. (#3159, #3345, #3432)
  • Renamed the Router.updateRoute(with:routeOptions:) method to Router.updateRoute(with:routeOptions:completion:). The method is now asynchronous, with a new completion handler that is called when the update has completed. (#3432)
  • Fixed an issue where RouteController sometimes incorrectly reported the user’s location as being off-route. (#3432)
  • Fixed a crash due to an invalid RouteProgress object. (#3432)

Rerouting

  • RouteOptions no longer conforms to NSCopying. Use JSONEncoder and JSONDecoder to get a copy of the RouteOptions object round-tripped through JSON. (#3484)

See the cumulative list of changes since v1.x, along with the v2.0 migration guide.

Documentation is available online or within Xcode.

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