This plugin can be used to make your DroidScript app interact whena user is within a defined vicinity. Still in beta version.
Geofencing is a location-based service in which an app or other software uses GPS to trigger a pre-programmed action when a mobile device enters or exits a virtual boundary set up around a geographical location, known as a geofence. If you want to add this functionality into your DroidScript application, then this plugin is for you.
Geofencing Plugin for DroidScript includes circle and polygon boundaries which you can set-up directly upon initialization.
This plugin is still in beta version as there are only few people using this plugin but I tested it myself and I got a simple DroidScript app working using this plugin.
So what are the possible apps you can make with this plugin? Here are some of the top use cases for geofencing from Pusher article
- Marketing and user engagement
- Internet of Things
- Realtime location tracking for on-demand services
- Device usage limitations
- GPS asset tracking
- Big Data
- Health & Safety
This plugin is free. Download it by clicking the download button below.
How to install a plugin on DroidScript?
If you are using Android 10 and below, you can simply paste the zip file on the Plugins folder of DroidScript in your internal storage. It should be on /sdcard/DroidScript/Plugins/ directory.
Restart DroidScript app. You should be able to see a pop-up that says a plugin is installed successfully.
As always check the samples button at the top right of this page to see how easy it is to use GeoFencing Plugin into your DroidScript app.
This plugin has no control that you can interact with. If you want to use a map control for Google Map check out the MapView Plugin section.