OpenCage iOS SDK now available
4 Dec 2017
Good news everyone, we now have an OpenCage iOS SDK. Written in Swift you can find it over on CocoaPods, and the source is of course available on Github. We welcome all contributions!
This is something we’ve wanted to have for a long while, but somehow it always slipped down the todo list. We’re delighted that it is finally here and look forward to seeing how it is used.
The SDK was written by Francis Beasley, and he has done great work. If you are looking for someone to build you an iPhone or iPad app we have no hesitation in recommending Francis.
In more good news, we used the launch of the iOS SDK as a chance to freshen up our code libraries page. Besides now hopefully being a bit clearer, we’ve also added cut and paste tutorials for several of the most popular languages. We’ve also discovered a few more libraries and integrations that members of the community have created - for example OpenLayers and Neo4J. Thank you!
If you create something with our API please let us know and we will gladly feature it. If you use a language for which we don’t yet have a wrapper library, please get in touch, we will gladly pay you to open source a wrapper library. We’re particularly interested in getting wrappers for Scala, Lua, and C++, but really we want any and all languages.