Mashups using the same API (3419)
Almost every app that uses a mapping API needs latitude/longitude points. To get geocodes you need to convert an address to a point on the earth. That's where you'll need one of the 54 geocoding APIs in our directory. This post covers seven free geocoders and compares them on several aspects.
There are any number of questions that can be answered by Wikipedia, but you can add "where am I?" to the list. Given any latitude/longitude coordinates, the WikiLocation API will find you corresponding Wikipedia articles to tell you about your surroundings.
||The i18next API returns JSON data of localization and internationalization. With the API, developers can add translation management functions such as interpolation, plurals, nesting, and objects and...||Localization||01.25.2018|
||The PSMA Buildings API provides data about over 8.8 million Australian buildings that includes 2D and 3D building footprints. This includes addresses, buildings, roof materials, elevation, average...||Addresses||01.24.2018|
Dansk Supermarked Stores
||The Dansk Supermarked Stores API allows developers to access information on all of Dansk Supermarked's 1,500 stores in Denmark, Poland, Germany, and Sweden for Netto, føtex, Bilka, and Salling....||eCommerce||01.17.2018|
Foreca Weather Map
||The Foreca Weather Map API provides weather forecasts and observations as map overlays worldwide. Precipitation radar images, atmospheric weather forecasts, and satellite images are typically...||Weather||01.12.2018|
Google Maps Geocoding
||The Google Maps Geocoding API provides programmatic access to geocoding and reverse geocoding services for addresses. Geocoding converts addresses to geographic coordinates, and reverse geocoding...||Mapping||12.06.2017|