The Google Places Web Service 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.
Two basic Place requests are available: a Place Search request and a Place Details request. Generally, a Place Search request is used to return candidate matches, while a Place Details request returns more specific information about a Place.
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The mesibo Client-side UI iOS SDK allows developers to use the Google Maps and Places APIs to send a location over the mesibo Client-side API from their iOS applications. Developers will need a Google API key in order to use this service.
The Google Places iOS SDK by Tom Corwine aims to simplify auto completion using the Google Places API. The usefulness of the API is to return data about a geographic location with an HTTP request. In order to avoid dependencies for this SDK, the library does not validate with JSON responses.
This is a PERL SDK for Google Places. This SDK allows developers to access the Google Places API through PERL for integration with other applications and devices. The Google Places Web Service is a service that returns information about a "place": an establishment, a geographic location, or prominent point of interest using an HTTP request.
Google Maps iOS SDK includes street view, 3D buildings, indoor floor plans, and URL scheme. The APIs related to this SDK are Places API, Autocomplete API, Android API, and API picker. To visualize an idea of some of Google's favorite SDK Maps projects, users can explore WhatsApp, Foodspotting, 7-11, National Geographic, Expedia, AccuWeather, FedEx, HomeDepot, charity:Water, and Yarr Pirate Maps. Developers can add mapping, location, and location features to a new project to mimic 360° panoramas, 3D buildings, titled perspectives, indoor floor plans, and optimized design. To get started in the development part, users need to download version 1.9.1, access an API key, and follow the instructions to add mapping features to a project.