FCIPAddressGeocoder - iOS Geocoder for geocode device IP Address location using GeoIP service(s) and a block-based syntax

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iOS Geocoder for geocode device IP Address location using GeoIP service(s) and a block-based syntax. Copy FCIPAddressGeocoder.h and FCIPAddressGeocoder.m to your project.

https://github.com/fabiocaccamo/FCIPAddressGeocoder

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