This Google Geocoding .NET library created by Andrew Burgess aims to ease the work with the newest API version using Google Maps. Compiling, usage, and return data available. Users can download .zip or .tar.gz.
Google has now made its closely-guarded Google Places API available to all developers, after nearly a year in closed beta. The API, first announced a year ago, returns business listings based on location. The search giant also added features that make the service useful for many types of local applications, in addition to simplifying the authentication process. With additional agreements, Google also allows for a healthy 100,000 queries, versus only 1,000 standard calls.
Map mashups continue to be extremely popular, as evidenced by the high percentage of mapping APIs in our API Directory and map mashups in our Mashup Directory. Whether you're just getting started with map mashups, or you're a veteran map mashup developer, there are several tools out there that can help with your development efforts.
It's been over three months since Foursquare announced V2 of its Foursquare API. At the time the company announced that its original API would no longer exist sometime this year. With an announcement to its developer list, Foursquare has now made the exact date known: August 1, V1 will be no more.