With ArcGIS REST API Map Service, users can access content of a map hosted on a server. The site offers visual displays with updates, resource hierarchy, request parameters, and JSON response examples. This mapping service could be useful if developers intent to access functions such as dynamic drawing, query, and search through the server ArcGIS. If they decide to use the map service root URL, they will find network analysis and vector editing tools. More information available via e-mail, forum, and social media.
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The Geocode Node.js library by Nicolas Chaulet can geocode and reverse geocode with the providers of Google Geocoding, FreegeoipGeocoder, DataScienceToolkitGeocoder, OpenStreetMapGeocoder, MapQuestGeocoder, Open MapQuestGeocoder, ArcGis Online Geocoding, TomTomGeocoder, OpenCage Geocoder, Smarty street geocoder, and Geocodio.
This PHP library aims to be the most functional geo-aware tool because it includes the providers of ArcGISOnline, GeoIP2, Google Maps, GoogleMapsBusiness, MaxMindBinary, Nominatim, TomTom, and Yandex. What this library provides is powerful abstraction layer for geocoding manipulations, according to the author. A complete guide to use the PHP library is available on William Durand's GitHub site.
Geopy is a library for accessing many popular geocoding services using Python 2 and 3, enabling Python developers to easily access information and methods for locating the coordinates of addresses, cities, countries, and landmarks around the world. Geopy has been tested against CPython 2.7, CPython 3.2, CPython 3.4, PyPy, and PyPy3.