This is the same idea as our earlier navigation example , but this one demonstrates how to navigate a route with many waypoints (rather than just a single origin and destination).
First off, you need to setup a route request according to the coordinates that you're going to navigate to.
TGRouteRequest routeRequest = new TGRouteRequest.Builder() .addCoordinate(34.119190d, -118.300348d) //Griffith Observatory (origin) .addCoordinate(34.101558d, -118.340944d) //Grauman's Chinese Theatre (mid) .addCoordinate(34.102078d, -118.334236d) //Hollywood Walk of Fame (mid) .addCoordinate(34.011441d, -118.494932d) //Santa Monica Pier (destination) .build();
If you're testing at your desk, you'll probably want to simulate your location, as before. However, skip this block if you want to test in the real world.
LatLng simulatedCurrentLocation = routeRequest.getWayPoints().get(0).getCoordinate(); // Start from the first waypoint boolean simulate = true; boolean clickToUpdate = false; TallyGo.getInstance().enableSimulation(simulate, clickToUpdate, simulatedCurrentLocation);
Now you can take two different approaches: