The LocationIQ Reverse Geocoding Python Sample Code demonstrates how to send requests to the API using the US as region 1 and Europe as region 2. Both regions contain a link with a private token as the authentication method, latitude and longitude, and JSON format.
Google implemented a number of changes to its Maps API Standard Plan. Apps created on or after June 22nd will be subject to a host of new rules surrounding access and limits. Active domains utilizing the APIs prior to June 22nd are grandfathered in to differing degrees depending on implementation.
Sixteen more APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Education, Authentication, and Machine Learning. Highlights include an API for personalizing user experiences and an API for adding branding to videos and other content. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Over 11,000 people participated in the first annual National Day of Civic Hacking on June 1st and 2nd, 2013. At the event, developers collaborated with government agencies and entrepreneurs to create applications that help solve civic and social problems impacting local communities. Developers used a variety of public APIs and datasets to create their applications, including the US Census Bureau API, which was used to create an interactive application and several infographics. The US Census Bureau API is the first API created by the US Census Bureau and was released to the public back in July 2012.