The OpenStreetMap TagFinder API is a RESTful HTTP API that provides users access to the underlying data on the OpenStreetMap wiki. Users can integrate TagFinder data in their webpage or application.
OpenStreetMap is a project which creates and distributes free geographic data for the world. Users have tagged things such as "points of interest". The most important tags are documented on the OpenStreetMap wiki, yet no true "tag search" exists. TagFinder is a web page where one can simply search for a term and get back a managable list of related tags. The most relevant information about tags is provided, as well as links to further details on the OpenStreetMap wiki and statistics at TagInfo.org.
The OSM TagFinder isn't based on a relational database. All information is built as a Semantic Web Graph and stored as RDF/XML. (Available on page). All statistics data - like the count of a tag - come from the great TagInfo.org Web Service. If you wish to get more recent statistical data, please use TagInfo.org instead.
The TagFinder API supports Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS), by setting the header 'Access-Control-Allow-Origin: * ' for every API call result.
It also supports the older JSONP technique. When the parameter 'callback' is added, the result will be packed inside the specified callback-function.
We've added twelve APIs to the ProgrammableWeb directory in various categories including Internet of Things, Messaging, Mapping and MetaData. Included today are APIs for tagging in OpenStreetMap and for using the Deepviz Malware Analyzer sandbox. Here's a summary of what's new.
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