ShinyGeoip is a free and open-source IP to geoloaction API. The API accepts a user's IP address, and responds with available information such as city, country name, specific latitude and longitude coordinates, and a corresponding time zone. The ShinyGeoip is supported by Simon Samtleben at Nekudo.com, and depends on the GeoLite2 Database. The API is accessed via GET requests over HTTP and responds with a JSON-encoded string. The API can be viewed as an open source project on GitHub.
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