AddressFinder delivers data describing New Zealandâ€™s two million addresses. The AddressFinder API allows developers to programmatically access this data, as well as information on the countryâ€™s addresses, streets, suburbs, cities, and regions. Exposed functionalities include the ability to search for a specific address, retrieve an ordered list of addresses near a GPS coordinate, retrieve bulk address information for a specified area, and much more.
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The AddressFinder iOS Sample Code demonstrates how to add address search features to an Apple device including UITextField and AFAutoComplete. The example available shows how to make calls to the AddressFinder Address Info API that returns latitude and longitude.
The AddressFinder Ruby Sample Code demonstrates how to integrate AddressAutocomplete, Address metadata, Location autocomplete, and Location metadata. Advanced options available such as bulk operations and key and secret override.
The AddressFinder Registration JQuery Sample Code presents developers how to register for an account. It includes user's name, address, suburb, city, postcode, and region. The final result should look as full address with metadata components.