I want to create an application that:
-always the starting address will be the same (“HOUSE”)
-user enters destination address, application Calculates the route and shows how many kilometers and what time
the application shows 5-6 nearest stores (before that, enter the addresses in the application, e.g. 20 stores in my town) and information on how many kilometers and what time of arrival
Is something like this even possible?
Where to find tips/tutorials?
The first step to writing any program is understanding properly what it actually needs to do.
What does “calculate the route” mean? What information will it use in order to do the calculation? Where will that information come from? Do you expect Google to tell you the distance between two of the points on the route, or do you want your own code to do it somehow (e.g. by processing the latitude/longitude information for the points)? Is that a straight-line distance, a driving/walking distance (you can’t always drive in the same places you can walk, or vice-versa), or something else? What do you mean by “the route”, anyway?
What does “HOUSE” mean? Do you want to remember the information about the starting address inside the program code? Inside a local file? By having Google Maps remember it for you (i.e., using some kind of login and user account there)? Something else?