The Google Maps Places API is a service that returns information about a "place": an establishment, a geographic location, or prominent point of interest using an HTTP request. Place requests specify locations as latitude/longitude coordinates.
Methods are available for place search, details, photos, and autocomplete queries. The Places API returns mapping data in JSON and XML formats, after making URI requests, and authenticating with API Key.
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Zillow is a popular real estate service that many people use when searching for homes and apartments. With many sites like Zillow, its API tech stack is drawing developers with ideas for leveraging such a site to build very creative services that increase the site's functionality.