Bing Maps offers an iOS SDK to develop applications in Objective C within Xcode. Users can note that the iOS map control is supported by Bing's road. It offers aerial and hybrid map styles. It can also access a user's location as long as the phone's GPS is on. What makes this kit valuable is its capacity to use the Bing Maps REST Service that includes geocoding and routing to build a mapping application. This idea serves to help coordinate the Bing Maps Control with Bing Maps services. Besides using the iOS SDK, developers are invited to use the Bing Maps SDK for Windows Phone and the SDK for Android. These services might provide a more complete development experience to create apps associated with geocoding, routing, and mapping services.
When you gotta go, you gotta know: where’s the nearest toilet? SitOrSquat has been helping answer that question for several years. Now the SitOrSquat API will allow you to interface with the app's extensive database of public restrooms, replete with all kinds of meta data.
A community-minded API has a politcal message for the UK's Royal Mail: open up the postal code database. ErnestMarples.com is named after the former postmaster general who apparently first oversaw the introduction of the postal code in the UK.