Geocoding is a topic that has come up several times, and with the release of iOS 5 the CLGeocoder class finally introduced a way to perform forward geocoding without the need to go outside the iOS SDK.
Today I came across a tutorial demonstrating the basics of using the CLGeocoder class demonstrating how to build a demo application and allowing you to perform reverse geocoding providing coordinates, and showing famous landmarks.
Here’s a screenshot showing the tutorial’s demo application in action:
The tutorial is from Bart Jacobsen and can be found here with the downloadable Objective-C source code.
A nice easy to follow step-by-step guide on forward geocoding with CLGeocoder.
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