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CAR LOCATION TRACKING ANDROID APP WITH


FIREBASE TUTORIAL
AUGUST 28, 2018

In this tutorial, we’re building a car location tracking app like Careem and Uber.
Although we’re not developing complete apps like Uber and Careem. But we’ll see how
to online a driver and show the online driver in the passenger app and update the driver
whenever its current location changed.

For online and offline the driver we’re going to use the Firebase Real-time Database.
The driver simply sends its current location to the firebase and passenger see the driver

on the Google Map.

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Below is the demo of applications which we gonna make in this article.

PREREQUISITE:

1. You’ve to have a Google Map API key for showing the Map. See this link for
getting the API key.

2. Need a Firebase project for the real-time database. Click to this link for creating a
Firebase project.

Now we’ve Google Map API key and a Firebase project let’s dive into coding and start

building our mobile applications.

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ANDROID APP CODING:

Like I said earlier, there are two apps one for driver and one for the passenger. So, we’re
gonna start making with the driver app.

DRIVERAPP:

First, add the below dependencies to your app level build.gradle file.

1. implementation 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-location:15.0.1'
2. implementation 'com.google.android.gms:play-services-maps:15.0.1'
3. implementation 'com.google.firebase:firebase-database:16.0.1'

After adding the dependencies you need to sync or build your project. Later the
successful build adds the Internet and Location permission to Android. Manifest file.

1. <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.INTERNET" />


2. <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION" />
3. <uses-permission android:name="android.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION" />

Now, to show the Google Maps in the app we need to add the meta tags in Android.
Manifest file.

1. <meta-data
2. android:name="com.google.android.gms.version"
3. android:value="@integer/google_play_services_version" />
4.
5. <meta-data
6. android:name="com.google.android.geo.API_KEY"
7. android:value="@string/map_api_key" /> // Change it with your Google Maps API
key.

All the prep work are done for showing the Google Maps and for reading the user current
Location. Now, we need to add the google-services.json file. In this tutorial, I’m not
gonna show you how to create a firebase project, register your Android app to that

firebase project, and add the google-services.json file in Android app. There’s a link
for a video to add the google-services.json file in Android app.

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So, without further ado let’s dive into coding. Below is the UI of the driver app that we’re
gonna make.

You see the UI is very basic, we’ve one SwitchCompat for online and offline the driver
and below is the Google Map itself. Now let’s see the code of the above UI. Below is the
activity_main.xml file.

1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>


2. <RelativeLayout xmlns:android="http://schemas.android.com/apk/res/android"
3. xmlns:tools="http://schemas.android.com/tools"
4. android:layout_width="match_parent"
5. android:layout_height="match_parent"
6. tools:context=".MainActivity">
7.
8. <FrameLayout
9. android:id="@+id/driverStatusLayout"
10. android:layout_width="match_parent"
11. android:layout_height="50dp"
12. android:background="@color/colorPrimary"
13. android:orientation="horizontal">
14.
15. <TextView
16. android:id="@+id/driverStatusTextView"
17. android:layout_width="wrap_content"
18. android:layout_height="match_parent"
19. android:layout_marginStart="15dp"
20. android:gravity="center"
21. android:text="@string/offline"
22. android:textColor="@color/colorIcons"
23. android:textSize="22sp" />

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24.
25. <android.support.v7.widget.SwitchCompat
26. android:id="@+id/driverStatusSwitch"
27. android:layout_width="wrap_content"
28. android:layout_height="match_parent"
29. android:layout_gravity="end"
30. android:layout_marginEnd="15dp"
31. android:checked="false"
32. android:theme="@style/SCBSwitch" />
33.
34. </FrameLayout>
35.
36. <fragment
37. android:id="@+id/supportMap"
38. android:name="com.google.android.gms.maps.SupportMapFragment"
39. android:layout_width="match_parent"
40. android:layout_height="match_parent"
41. android:layout_below="@+id/driverStatusLayout"
42. tools:context="spartons.com.frisbeeGo.fragments.MapFragment" />
43.
44. </RelativeLayout>

MAINACTIVITY

1. class MainActivity : AppCompatActivity() {


2.
3. companion object {
4. private const val MY_PERMISSIONS_REQUEST_ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION = 2200
5. }
6.
7. private lateinit var googleMap: GoogleMap
8. private lateinit var locationProviderClient: FusedLocationProviderClient
9. private lateinit var locationRequest: LocationRequest
10. private lateinit var locationCallback: LocationCallback
11. private var locationFlag = true
12. private var driverOnlineFlag = false
13. private var currentPositionMarker: Marker? = null
14. private val googleMapHelper = GoogleMapHelper()
15. private val firebaseHelper = FirebaseHelper("0000")
16. private val markerAnimationHelper = MarkerAnimationHelper()
17. private val uiHelper = UiHelper()
18.
19. override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
20. super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
21. setContentView(R.layout.activity_main)
22. val mapFragment: SupportMapFragment =
supportFragmentManager.findFragmentById(R.id.supportMap) as SupportMapFragment
23. mapFragment.getMapAsync { googleMap = it }
24. createLocationCallback()
25. locationProviderClient =

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LocationServices.getFusedLocationProviderClient(this)
26. locationRequest = uiHelper.getLocationRequest()
27. if (!uiHelper.isPlayServicesAvailable(this)) {
28. Toast.makeText(this, "Play Services did not installed!",
Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show()
29. finish()
30. } else requestLocationUpdate()
31. val driverStatusTextView = findViewById<TextView>(R.id.driverStatusTextView)
32. findViewById<SwitchCompat>
(R.id.driverStatusSwitch).setOnCheckedChangeListener { _, b ->
33. driverOnlineFlag = b
34. if (driverOnlineFlag) driverStatusTextView.text =
resources.getString(R.string.online_driver)
35. else {
36. driverStatusTextView.text = resources.getString(R.string.offline)
37. firebaseHelper.deleteDriver()
38. }
39. }
40. }
41.
42. @SuppressLint("MissingPermission")
43. private fun requestLocationUpdate() {
44. if (!uiHelper.isHaveLocationPermission(this)) {
45. ActivityCompat.requestPermissions(this,
arrayOf(Manifest.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION),
MY_PERMISSIONS_REQUEST_ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION)
46. return
47. }
48. if (uiHelper.isLocationProviderEnabled(this))
49. uiHelper.showPositiveDialogWithListener(this,
resources.getString(R.string.need_location),
resources.getString(R.string.location_content), object : IPositiveNegativeListener {
50. override fun onPositive() {
51. startActivity(Intent(Settings.ACTION_LOCATION_SOURCE_SETTINGS))
52. }
53. }, "Turn On", false)
54. locationProviderClient.requestLocationUpdates(locationRequest,
locationCallback, Looper.myLooper())
55. }
56.
57. private fun createLocationCallback() {
58. locationCallback = object : LocationCallback() {
59. override fun onLocationResult(locationResult: LocationResult?) {
60. super.onLocationResult(locationResult)
61. if (locationResult!!.lastLocation == null) return
62. val latLng = LatLng(locationResult.lastLocation.latitude,
locationResult.lastLocation.longitude)
63. Log.e("Location", latLng.latitude.toString() + " , " +
latLng.longitude)
64. if (locationFlag) {
65. locationFlag = false
66. animateCamera(latLng)
67. }

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68. if (driverOnlineFlag) firebaseHelper.updateDriver(Driver(lat =


latLng.latitude, lng = latLng.longitude))
69. showOrAnimateMarker(latLng)
70. }
71. }
72. }
73.
74. private fun showOrAnimateMarker(latLng: LatLng) {
75. if (currentPositionMarker == null)
76. currentPositionMarker =
googleMap.addMarker(googleMapHelper.getDriverMarkerOptions(latLng))
77. else markerAnimationHelper.animateMarkerToGB(currentPositionMarker!!,
latLng, LatLngInterpolator.Spherical())
78. }
79.
80. private fun animateCamera(latLng: LatLng) {
81. val cameraUpdate = googleMapHelper.buildCameraUpdate(latLng)
82. googleMap.animateCamera(cameraUpdate, 10, null)
83. }
84.
85. override fun onRequestPermissionsResult(requestCode: Int, permissions: Array<out
String>, grantResults: IntArray) {
86. super.onRequestPermissionsResult(requestCode, permissions, grantResults)
87. if (requestCode == MY_PERMISSIONS_REQUEST_ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION) {
88. val value = grantResults[0]
89. if (value == PERMISSION_DENIED) {
90. Toast.makeText(this, "Location Permission denied",
Toast.LENGTH_SHORT).show()
91. finish()
92. } else if (value == PERMISSION_GRANTED) requestLocationUpdate()
93. }
94. }
95. }

In MainActivity there are a bunch of important points which I’m going to explain
below.

1. createLocationCallback: We’re calling this function from the onCreate method


of our MainActivity. In the LocationCallback abstract method, we’ll get the user

current location, update the Driver info on Firebase Real-time database if the
driver is online, and animate driver car Marker from the previous Location to a
new one.

2. requestLocationUpdates: Calling this function from the onCreate method of

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MainActivity if the user has installed GooglePlayServices in his/her mobile. In


this method first, we request the Location permission from the user, then we check
if the Location provider is enabled, and finally start the location updates.

3. showOrAnimateMarker: In this method first we check if the driver car Marker


is null then we simply add a new Marker to Google Maps else we animate the
Marker.

4. animteCamera: This method is called from createLocationCallback method


only once because, we only want to animate the Google Maps to driver current
location when he/she opens the app.

5. onRequestPermissionsResult: Callback of the result of requesting location


permission. This method invoked when the user performs an action on permission.
Now in this method, if the user denies the permission then we simply show the

toast else start the current location updates.

UIHELPER

1. class UiHelper {
2.
3. fun isPlayServicesAvailable(context: Context): Boolean {
4. val googleApiAvailability = GoogleApiAvailability.getInstance()
5. val status = googleApiAvailability.isGooglePlayServicesAvailable(context)
6. return ConnectionResult.SUCCESS == status
7. }
8.
9. fun isHaveLocationPermission(context: Context): Boolean {
10. return Build.VERSION.SDK_INT < Build.VERSION_CODES.M ||
ActivityCompat.checkSelfPermission(context,
android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_FINE_LOCATION) ==
PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED || ActivityCompat.checkSelfPermission(context,
android.Manifest.permission.ACCESS_COARSE_LOCATION) ==
PackageManager.PERMISSION_GRANTED
11. }
12.
13. fun isLocationProviderEnabled(context: Context): Boolean {
14. val locationManager = context.getSystemService(Context.LOCATION_SERVICE) as
LocationManager
15. return !locationManager.isProviderEnabled(LocationManager.GPS_PROVIDER) &&
!locationManager.isProviderEnabled(LocationManager.NETWORK_PROVIDER)
16. }

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17.
18. fun showPositiveDialogWithListener(callingClassContext: Context, title: String,
content: String, positiveNegativeListener: IPositiveNegativeListener, positiveText:
String, cancelable: Boolean) {
19. buildDialog(callingClassContext, title, content)
20. .builder
21. .positiveText(positiveText)
22. .positiveColor(getColor(R.color.colorPrimary, callingClassContext))
23. .onPositive { _, _ -> positiveNegativeListener.onPositive() }
24. .cancelable(cancelable)
25. .show()
26. }
27.
28. private fun buildDialog(callingClassContext: Context, title: String, content:
String): MaterialDialog {
29. return MaterialDialog.Builder(callingClassContext)
30. .title(title)
31. .content(content)
32. .build()
33. }
34.
35.
36. private fun getColor(color: Int, context: Context): Int {
37. return ContextCompat.getColor(context, color)
38. }
39.
40. fun getLocationRequest() : LocationRequest {
41. val locationRequest = LocationRequest.create()
42. locationRequest.priority = LocationRequest.PRIORITY_HIGH_ACCURACY
43. locationRequest.interval = 3000
44. return locationRequest
45. }
46. }

The following explains UiHelper class methods.

1. isPlayServicesAvailable: This method checks that if the user currently has

Google Play Services installed or not.

2. isHaveLocationPermission: Checks that if a user gives the Location


permission or not.

3. isLocationProviderEnabled: Checks if the Location provider enabled or not. If


not then open the Settings activity and turn on the Location Provider.

4. showPositiveDialogWithListener: Utility function to show the Dialog when

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the user has not enabled the location provider in mobile settings.

GOOGLEMAPHELPER

1. class GoogleMapHelper {
2.
3. companion object {
4. private const val ZOOM_LEVEL = 18
5. private const val TILT_LEVEL = 25
6. }
7.
8. /**
9. * @param latLng in which position to Zoom the camera.
10. * @return the [CameraUpdate] with Zoom and Tilt level added with the given
position.
11. */
12.
13. fun buildCameraUpdate(latLng: LatLng): CameraUpdate {
14. val cameraPosition = CameraPosition.Builder()
15. .target(latLng)
16. .tilt(TILT_LEVEL.toFloat())
17. .zoom(ZOOM_LEVEL.toFloat())
18. .build()
19. return CameraUpdateFactory.newCameraPosition(cameraPosition)
20. }
21.
22. /**
23. * @param position where to draw the [com.google.android.gms.maps.model.Marker]
24. * @return the [MarkerOptions] with given properties added to it.
25. */
26.
27. fun getDriverMarkerOptions(position: LatLng): MarkerOptions {
28. val options = getMarkerOptions(R.drawable.car_icon, position)
29. options.flat(true)
30. return options
31. }
32.
33. private fun getMarkerOptions(resource: Int, position: LatLng): MarkerOptions {
34. return MarkerOptions()
35. .icon(BitmapDescriptorFactory.fromResource(resource))
36. .position(position)
37. }
38. }

MARKERANIMATIONHELPER

1. class MarkerAnimationHelper {
2.

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3. fun animateMarkerToGB(marker: Marker, finalPosition: LatLng, latLngInterpolator:


LatLngInterpolator) {
4. val startPosition = marker.position
5. val handler = Handler()
6. val start = SystemClock.uptimeMillis()
7. val interpolator = AccelerateDecelerateInterpolator()
8. val durationInMs = 2000f
9. handler.post(object : Runnable {
10. var elapsed: Long = 0
11. var t: Float = 0.toFloat()
12. var v: Float = 0.toFloat()
13. override fun run() {
14. // Calculate progress using interpolator
15. elapsed = SystemClock.uptimeMillis() - start
16. t = elapsed / durationInMs
17. v = interpolator.getInterpolation(t)
18. marker.position = latLngInterpolator.interpolate(v, startPosition,
finalPosition)
19. // Repeat till progress is complete.
20. if (t < 1) {
21. // Post again 16ms later.
22. handler.postDelayed(this, 16)
23. }
24. }
25. })
26. }
27. }

The above MarkerAnimationHelper class animate the driver car Marker from the
previous location to user new Location.

LATLNGINTERPOLATOR

1. interface LatLngInterpolator {
2.
3. fun interpolate(fraction: Float, a: LatLng, b: LatLng): LatLng
4.
5. class Spherical : LatLngInterpolator {
6.
7. override fun interpolate(fraction: Float, a: LatLng, b: LatLng): LatLng {
8. // http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slerp
9. val fromLat = toRadians(a.latitude)
10. val fromLng = toRadians(a.longitude)
11. val toLat = toRadians(b.latitude)
12. val toLng = toRadians(b.longitude)
13. val cosFromLat = cos(fromLat)
14. val cosToLat = cos(toLat)
15.
16. // Computes Spherical interpolation coefficients.

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17. val angle = computeAngleBetween(fromLat, fromLng, toLat, toLng)


18. val sinAngle = sin(angle)
19. if (sinAngle < 1E-6) {
20. return a
21. }
22. val temp1 = sin((1 - fraction) * angle) / sinAngle
23. val temp2 = sin(fraction * angle) / sinAngle
24.
25. // Converts from polar to vector and interpolate.
26. val x = temp1 * cosFromLat * cos(fromLng) + temp2 * cosToLat *
cos(toLng)
27. val y = temp1 * cosFromLat * sin(fromLng) + temp2 * cosToLat *
sin(toLng)
28. val z = temp1 * sin(fromLat) + temp2 * sin(toLat)
29.
30. // Converts interpolated vector back to polar.
31. val lat = atan2(z, sqrt(x * x + y * y))
32. val lng = atan2(y, x)
33. return LatLng(toDegrees(lat), toDegrees(lng))
34. }
35.
36. private fun computeAngleBetween(fromLat: Double, fromLng: Double, toLat:
Double, toLng: Double): Double {
37. val dLat = fromLat - toLat
38. val dLng = fromLng - toLng
39. return 2 * asin(sqrt(pow(sin(dLat / 2), 2.0) + cos(fromLat) * cos(toLat)
* pow(sin(dLng / 2), 2.0)))
40. }
41. }
42. }

The LatLngInterpolator interface helps to animate the driver car Marker.

FIREBASEHELPER

1. class FirebaseHelper constructor(driverId: String) {


2.
3. companion object {
4. private const val ONLINE_DRIVERS = "online_drivers"
5. }
6.
7. private val onlineDriverDatabaseReference: DatabaseReference = FirebaseDatabase
8. .getInstance()
9. .reference
10. .child(ONLINE_DRIVERS)
11. .child(driverId)
12.
13. init {
14. onlineDriverDatabaseReference
15. .onDisconnect()

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16. .removeValue()
17. }
18.
19. fun updateDriver(driver: Driver) {
20. onlineDriverDatabaseReference
21. .setValue(driver)
22. Log.e("Driver Info", " Updated")
23. }
24.
25. fun deleteDriver() {
26. onlineDriverDatabaseReference
27. .removeValue()
28. }
29. }

Before going to start to explain FirebaseHelper, I want to show you Firebase Real-time
Database Structure.

The following explains about FirebaseHelper class.

1. onlineDriverDatabaseReference: When creating a DatabaseReference, we’re


adding two children one for online drivers node and another one for the Driver
itself. We need to inform firebase real-time database in which node to update the

Diver that’s why I’m setting driverId as a top node and below the is the complete
Driver object. The driverId must be unique because it differs in whole online

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drivers node which specific driver node to update.

2. updateDriver: Update the Driver new Location to firebase real-time database.

3. deleteDriver: Removes the driver node from firebase real-time database.

DRIVER

1. data class Driver(val lat: Double, val lng: Double, val driverId: String = "0000")

You can change driverId with the user primary key any anything which is unique.

Alright, guys, this was all from DriverApp. I’m going to end this article here if you want to
see the Passenger app see the next article. If you’ve any queries regarding this post please
do comment below.

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AUT HOR

AHSEN SAEED

I’m a mobile product devsigner (i.e. I consider myself as both a developer and a designer) and user
experience/interface engineer. I’m an expert on the Android platform and have been recognized as it by the
community.

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40 COMMENTS

FELIPE R E P LY

2 MONTHS AGO

hello, the database in firebase the values driveId, lat and lng are of type true or double.

FELIPE R E P LY

3 MONTHS AGO

hello, in firebase the database is called online_drivers and 0000 is a table and driverId and lat
and the log are attributes.

my doubt the data that shows the attributes is generated by the app and the user enters that
data.

also to generate the passenger app does not show the car icon.

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AIRENK R E P LY

3 MONTHS AGO

Hello, I have the same problem that CHITGOKS. Everything seems to work fine, but the
Firebase database does not update when I set the “offline” switch of the driver app to “online”.
The database just contains:

appname: null + x

Also, the passenger app does not recognize the position of the driver (and does not detect that
the driver is connected).

Any help will be appreciated!

Thank you VERY much Ahsen!

FELIPE R E P LY

3 MONTHS AGO

I could run the two applications without problems, but passenger app does not show its
location and the device is activated.
Please help

AHSEN SAEED POST AUTHOR R E P LY

3 MONTHS AGO

Hey Felipe,
Please check out that the application has the location permission in
settings->apps->Application->Permissions

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CHITGOKS R E P LY

3 MONTHS AGO

hi. your app works ok except for one thing. it does not send data to firebase realtime db

or it just doesnt get saved. its weird because it says

appname: null + x

no record from the driver object. any idea?

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