Resources tagged with "forward geocoding"

Searching for an Address

Searching for an address is a process known as 'geocoding'. GeoStream provides advanced geocoding functionality, wrapped up in the one-line geoCode() function
Published, Jun 28th 2010, 15:36

Address Resolution: Reverse GeoCoding Made Easy with GeoBase

Reverse GeoCoding translates map coordinates (latitude, longitude) to a physical street address. A reverse geocoder application can be designed in minutes using GeoBase, and with just a few lines of code.
Published, Feb 18th 2013, 02:17

Developing a Simple Web-Based Mapping Application

Developing a Simple Web-Based Mapping Application
Published, Jul 7th 2016, 22:27

A Simple Mobile Navigation Application Using the NavigationManager Class - Part 2

This is the second of three tutorials focusing on designing mapping applications for mobile devices. In this tutorial we'll use a drill-down geocoder to search for an address. A drill-down geocoder provides an efficient and intuitive means of searching f
Published, Jan 6th 2011, 11:33

Forward geocoding (performing an address search) using the Silverlight API

The process of searching for an address on a map is known as a 'forward geocode'. This tutorial demonstrates how to use a forward geocode to pinpoint an address on a map.
Published, Feb 8th 2012, 00:13

Adding Simple GeoCoding and Satellite Imagery to a Map Application

This tutorial describes how to enhance a GeoBase map application to include simple geocoding and satellite imagery. This is for .NET developers only.
Published, Jul 7th 2016, 21:50

Geocoding Multiple Addresses

Geocoding an address (retrieving latitude and logitude coordinates for a street address) is a core feature of GeoBase. In this tutorial we demonstrate how to easily geocode multiple addresses and display the results on a map.
Published, Apr 30th 2013, 23:20