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Posted by admin on 30th October 2008 in General, Interactive, Technical


Google just came along with a very valuable new feature for probably the world’s most famous WebService API “Google Maps”.

It can be considered being a rare within the family of geocoding Web Services as well.
Its called reverse geocoding and allows developers in the opposite way to the common process of converting an address into a longitude/lattitude, to convert coordinates into a valid address. It will be provided for both the HTTP Service as for the CClientGeocoder Class and covers 70 countries. All you will have to know to start playing with you can find on the
updated documentation pages and sample code


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