Reference Documentation

We have two sets of reference documentation available, one for iOS and one for Android. These are class level documentation, so you’ll need to poke through looking for what you want.

The tutorials are the best place to start. Work your way through those first. They’ll link to the reference docs where appropriate.

iOS Reference Docs
The iOS reference documentation can be found over there. The iOS version of WhirlyGlobe-Maply is fully implemented and you'll find every last method, delegate, and class described from the perspective of Swift and Objective-C.
Android Reference docs
The Android reference docs can be found over there. That covers all the classes and methods on Android. iOS is always a bit ahead, but with 3.0 the gap has narrowed. We document Java interfaces, but it works just as well in Kotlin.