Geocoding vs. reverse geocoding
The difference between geocoding and reverse geocoding comes down to whether you want to convert a labeled place into latitude and longitude coordinates or vice-versa. Roam.ai's geocoding API provides both options. Related links: What is geocoding? Reverse geocoding Geocoding API
Reverse geocoding is the process of converting geographical latitude and longitude coordinates into labeled names. For example, it is used when you need the name of a building, natural site or a street address rather than their geographical coordinates. Related Links: What is geocoding? Geocoding API Geocoding vs. Reverse Geocoding
Roam.ai provides an accurate Geocoding API for geocoding and reverse geocoding. This product allows you to convert addresses and named locations into latitude and longitude cooridnates and vice-versa. Related links: What is geocoding? Reverse geocoding Geocoding vs. Reverse Geocoding
What is geocoding?
Geocoding is the procedure of converting labeled places like addresses and named locations into latitude and longitude geographic coordinate. This allows you to place markers and find accurate positions on a map. Related links: Reverse geocoding Geocoding API Geocoding vs. Reverse Geocoding