As long-time followers of our service will have noted, we’ve been steadily expanding and improving our geocoding tutorials for different programming languages, and I am delighted to report that today we expanded the list by adding a Java geocoding tutorial.


The tutorial is based on Michael Oberwasserlechner’s open source Jopencage library, which recently reached version 1.2.1, thanks to contributions from Michael and Lea Cohen.

Lea also kindly authored the tutorial, which gives examples of both reverse and forward geocoding requests, and demonstrates how to process a list of addresses, a very common use case.

Thank you, Lea and Michael.

You can find a direct link to the tutorial (and tutorials and libraries for many other programming languages) on our code page.

Happy geocoding, whichever language you are using to access our API