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node-geocoder - nodejs geocoding library

  •    Javascript

Node Geocoder, node geocoding library, supports google maps, mapquest, open street map, tom tom, promise

Geocoding.net - C# GeoCoding / Address Validation API

  •    CSharp

The API returns latitude/longitude coordinates and normalized address information. This can be used to perform address validation, real time mapping of user-entered addresses, distance calculations, and much more. See latest release notes.

Multiple GeoCoder

  •    CSharp

Serverside geocoding wrapper for various geocoding services. Supports a failover in the event you get throttled.

leaflet-control-geocoder - A simple geocoder form to locate places

  •    Javascript

I need to take some of your time. I can't believe we let shit like the Kathy Sierra incident or what happened to Brianna Wu happen over and over again. I can't believe we, the open source community, let sexist, misogynous shit happen over and over again. I strongly believe that it is my — and your — duty to make the open source community, as well as the tech community at large, a community where everyone feel welcome and is accepted. At the very minimum, that means making sure the community and its forums both are safe, and are perceived as safe. It means being friendly and inclusive, even when you disagree with people. It means not shrugging off discussions about sexism and inclusiveness with handwaving about censorship and free speech. For a more elaborate document on what that means, the NPM Code of Conduct is a good start, Geek Feminism's resources for allies contains much more.




geo-golang - Go library to access geocoding and reverse geocoding APIs

  •    Go

A geocoding service developed in Go's way, idiomatic and elegant, not just in golang.clients are implemented in ~50 LoC each.

mapquest - Geocode, reverse geocode, and batch geocode using MapQuest's open api.

  •    Javascript

Geocode, reverse geocode, and batch geocode using MapQuest's open api. All functions return a location object. An example location object for the Google Headquarters is below.