The AGSMapViewDelegate protocol contains such methods that will notify you of user interaction on the map.You need to implement this protocol in your class and then set your object as AGSMapView's mapDelegate_Divesh
Hi Devish,Thanks for the response. I will like to present you a scenario, when a pane event occurs while mapView.gps.start; and mapView.gps.autoPan = YES; or user tried to drag/pane the map, I am pretty sure mapViewDidEndPanning will be called upon the panning, but I am not sure that how would I know if it was called by - (AGSPoint*) currentPoint "The latest received GPS location. If autoPan is enabled, the map will automatically center itself at this location." or it occurred by user interaction, who tried to drag/pane the map?Akhlaq RaoGeoSurfInc.
May I ask why do you want to know if the delegate method fired in response to autoPanning or user interaction? In Update 1 of the SDK, we automatically turn off the autoPan property if we detect the user panned/zoomed the map. This way the user wont have to keep fighting with the map while it tries to re-center itself around the GPS location._Divesh
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