I am delighted to share some geocoding API SDK news.
First up - do you have an SQLite database full of addresses you want to geocode? Well, you are in luck, as we are now integrated directly into Chris Amico’s geocode-sqlite library. Big thanks to friend of OpenCage Sam Scully for submitting the pull request that made it possible, and Chris for the rapid merge.
Finally, our python library moved to version 2.1.0 a few weeks ago, and now better deals with a few edge cases / error conditions that were detected by a customer. Thank you!
All of these SDKS for accessing our geocoding API and over 30 others can be found on our libraries/SDKs page where you can also find links to langauge-specific tutorials for most of the more popular languages.
One point to close things out - we are always happy to pay anyone who writes an SDK or integration for a language or framework we don’t yet have. Please have a look at our guide to SDK writing and get in touch if you are interested.
Happy geocoding, no matter which SDK you are using,