The only course that gets straight to the point with realtime geolocation and tracking
Realtime technology is the latest trend in the internet of things (IOT). Jump on the bandwagon now so that you can start building realtime applications that were once a dream.
What You Will Learn:
How to Access the Pubnub Console in Order to Send and Receive Data to Your Website
How to Create a Live Flight Path Simulator that Will Send its Data Points to Pubnub
How to Create a Realtime Tracking Map that Will Send its Location Data to Pubnub
How to Take the Data Sent to Pubnub and Broadcast it Back to Other Users (Like Users Who Watch Cars on Rideshare Apps)
Getting Started With Pubnub
In this section, we will create a Pubnub account in order to publish and subscribe data (i.e. Pubsub).
We will run our first "Hello World" program in Pubnub in order to demonstate Pubsub (publish and subscribe) capability.
In this lecture, we will setup access to our pubnub publish and subscribe key (i.e. Pubsub). In addition, we will get our google maps API key.
In this tutorial, we will use Codepen, a social development environment for front-end designers and developers, in order to generate the html code for our flight path map.
In this tutorial, we will be generating our first flight path map.
We are going to set up our live location using codepen.
In this lecture, we will send data (Publish and Subscribe..or PUBSUB) from our Pubnub console to our map. As a result, our location will change in realtime.
In this section, we will continue our development of live location tracking. In addition, I provided a link so that you can download the files to your desktop (localhost). I also show you how to set localhost so that you can test your map without a website. The "live location" zip file is available at the end of this section.
In this section, we will conclude our live location tracking demo. We will test a "use case" as if we were a user looking at our point on the map. The "live location" zip file is available at the end of this section.