This API decouples the geocoding and isoline services from the CARTO Editor. It is based on PostgreSQL database and allows you to geocode data from single rows, complete datasets, or simple inputs and to perform trade areas analysis (computing isodistances or isochrones) programmatically, through authenticated requests. Since the Data Services API is used on top of the CARTO SQL API, you can refer to the SQL API documentation for help debugging your SQL errors. This Open Source tool provides an engine that enables you to use several APIs to build advanced, dynamic geospatial datasets and scalable maps for your own applications. CARTO is an open intuitive platform for discovering and predicting the key insights underlying the location data in our world.
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The Carto iOS Sample Code by Carto demonstrates developers how to access the API for integrating location-based services into mobile applications. The iOS implementation is available on the main mobile SDK site.
The Carto Android Sample Code by Carto presents developers how to access the API for integrating location-based services into mobile applications. Additional Android implementation is available on the main SDK site.