Display routes dynamically on Map Application

by SREEHARI » Thu, 22 Apr 2010 14:05:41 GMT

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 Hi All,

      I developed a map application with overlays. I am able to show
current location also. I want to display dynamic routes from current
location  to different points(overlays). I have stored several
points(geo coordiantes) using array. Should I use the graph data
structure concepts using some algorithms?

Thanks in advance


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