Since 2006, Gisgraphy is a free, open source framework that offers the possibility to do geolocalisation and geocoding via Java APIs or REST webservices. Because geocoding is nothing without data, it provides an easy to use importer that will automatically download and import the necessary (free) data to your local database (OpenStreetMap, Geonames and Quattroshapes: more than 100 million entries). You can also add your own data with the Web interface or the importer connectors provided. Gisgraphy is production ready, and has been designed to be scalable(load balanced), performant and used in other languages than just java : results can be output in XML, JSON, PHP, Python, Ruby, YAML, GeoRSS, and Atom. One of the most popular GPS tracking System (OpenGTS) also includes a Gisgraphy client…Gisgraphy is a framework. As a result it’s flexible and powerful enough to be used in a lot of different use cases. read more
if you use the premium servers, you can use the api key to test the webservices
Use this page to mock Gisgraphy webservices in your testing and development.
Run our mock API sample using the open source WireMock library, or in the free edition of WireMock Cloud. You'll have a working API server simulating the behavior of Gisgraphy webservices, which will allow you to keep building and testing even if the actual API you isn't currently available.