In this tutorial, we’ll cover how to tie these two controls so that the captured address displays in the center of the map.
On your app’s Web Page, add both Web Controls: the Place Search Input and the Map.
Then on the Variables tree, add the following Variables at the Web Page level, that is, in Activity Variables:
location, of type Any
search_location, of type List of Any
You’ll see that the
place_search_input Variable that was automatically created when adding the Place Search Input shows up there as well.
With the Search Place Input Control selected, go to Actions > Search Results Changed in the Inspector section and add three Set Variable actions:
- For the first one, in Variable enter
activity.search_locationand in Value enter
- For the second one, in Variable enter
activity.locationand in Value enter
- For the third one, in Variable enter
activity.place_search_inputand in Value:
activity.location.formattedAddress: this last one corresponds to the automatically generated Variable for the Search Place Input Web Control, so we are changing the Text value to
Then, in General > Control Properties > Location, add the
With the Map Control selected, go to General > Control Properties in the Inspector section and add the
activity.location Variable both in the Geocoded Center and Center fields:
Then, in Advanced Control Properties, check the Show Indicator box, change the Gesture Handing to greedy, and finally change the Min Zoom, Max Zoom and Initial Zoom to 4, 20 and 17, respectively.
Save the app and the Map will be ready to display the addresses typed in the Place Input Search.
On the top-right of the Studio, click on Preview to see how this combination of controls work.
Enter an address in the search bar and see how it displays in the map:
Updated about 2 months ago