Introduction to geocoding
Geocoding is the process of converting text to an address and a location. To perform geocoding operations, you use the geocoding service. The service allows you to search for an address (geocode), reverse geocode, find candidate matches, get suggestions, and batch geocode. To learn how to use the service, go to the topics below.
Addresses and suggestions found with a widget using the geocoding service.
Learn how to geocode and find addresses from text.
Learn how to find addresses for places such as restaurants, gas stations, and other businesses.
Learn how to get suggestions for address and place name text.
Learn how to find an address near a location.
Learn how to geocode many addresses at once.
Search for an address
Convert an address or place to a location with the geocoding service.
Get an address, business, or place from coordinates with the geocoding service.
Find place addresses
Find an address, business, or place with the geocoding service.
Display your location
Find and track your device location on a map.
Search for an address, reverse geocode, and batch geocode.
|Geocoding||Reverse Geocoding||Batch Geocoding||Place/POI Search||Autosuggest||UI Component|
|ArcGIS Maps SDK for .NET||1|
|ArcGIS Maps SDK for Kotlin||1|
|ArcGIS Maps SDK for Swift||1|
|ArcGIS Maps SDK for Java||1|
|ArcGIS Maps SDK for Qt||1|
|ArcGIS API for Python|
|ArcGIS REST JS|
|MapLibre GL JS||2||2||2||2||2|
- 1. No runtime API. Access via HTTP request.
- 2. Access via ArcGIS REST JS.
Manage API keys, service usage, and data with the ArcGIS Developers website.
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