Hi everyone,

As the number of APIs and microservices powering the internet continually grows, so too the API ecosystem continues to evolve, with new - and some would argue better - tools emerging.

One such tool that has been gaining popularity is Bruno, an open-source API client for use while developing or testing APIs.

Bruno plays firmly in the same space as Postman or Insomnia, but those tools have evolved and grown increasingly complex. Opinions diverge about whether that is a good or a bad thing, and whether or not that evolution has been driven by actual user demand or rather by the business needs of Postman’s and Insomnia’s owners, but, regardless of where you stand on that issue, there is no disputing that there is a segment of the developer market who prefer simple, straight-forward open-source solutions. Hence, the popularity of Bruno.

We have had tutorials for getting started with out geocoding API in Postman or using the API in Insomnia for many years, so it seems only fitting that we today also publish a tutorial for Bruno, to help people get started more quickly.

"Using the OpenCage geocoding API in Bruno"

Have a look and please send us your feedback. If Bruno is not your thing then don’t worry, we have geocoding tutorials in 30+ other languages and frameworks.

Happy geocoding (in Bruno or whichever other development environment you prefer),

Ed, curl user