The LocationIQ Geocoding API allows developers to perform geocoding and reverse geocoding operations. The API also allows developers to access maps, nearby points of interest, nearby countries, and their account balance. Map tiles provided by LocationIQ work on web, Android, and iOS platforms. Developers can make up to 10,000 API calls per day.
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The Geocoder Ruby SDK by Alex Reisner allows developers to perform forward and reverse geocoding, IP address geocoding, distance queries for ActiveRecord and Mongoid, and more. This SDK connects to more than 40 APIs and offers advanced configurations that allow different parameters and APIs to be used under different conditions. It also handles basic geospatial queries.
This SDK supports Ruby 2.x and JRuby as well as Rails 3, 4, and 5.
The GeoService in Go SDK by Jerry Zhao allows developers to access a bunch of geocoding and reverse geocoding APIs. Covered APIs include Google Maps, MapQuest Geocoding, Nominatim Search, Open Geocoding, OpenCage Geocoder, HERE Batch Geocoder, Bing Maps Geocode Dataflow, Mapbox Geocoding, OpenStreetMap, PickPoint, LocationIQ Geocoding, ArcGIS: Spatial Analysis Service, Geocodio, Mapzen Search, TomTom Geocoding, and Yandex Maps.