The Geocodio PHP Sample Code demonstrates how to use Geocodio API endpoints to geocode a single address into coordinates, reverse geocode a single coordinates into addresses, batch geocode up to 10,000 addresses, and batch reverse geocode up to 10,000 coordinates using PHP code.
The Google Maps API took a hit in France as non-competitive. The Gnip API now lets its customers go back in time, tweet-wise, retroactively tracking specific terms. Plus: APIs for hustlers, putting the "why" in user permissions and 10 new APIs.
ForWhereIAm is a service that offers real-time, short-lived and localised information. Businesses use it as a place to post information they want to share with their customers, and users can visit the site to get information on deals and announcements that are relevant to their specific location. The ForWhereIAm API makes some of this data available to third-party developers.
You'd hardly notice the difference unless you were looking for it. MapQuest's latest API is a reinvention of its MapQuest API to display maps. So, what's new? Following the company's recent pattern, MapQuest Open API is based on OpenStreetMaps, the crowd-sourced map favored by many modern geo-hackers.