The Geocoding API allows you to find the coordinates (latitude/longitude) of a location based on the address provided. Additional features include reverse geocoding, batch geocoding, viewport biasing, thumbnail images, and more. Requests can be submitted as key-value pairs, JSON, and XML.
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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.
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.
MapQ is an easy to use wrapper for the Mapquest Geocoding API. It advises developers to interact with the API by making the environment variable in the local environment. Developers can also interact with the Geo class to work with the API.