Bing Spatial Data Services
The Bing™ Spatial Data Services Application Programming Interface (API) provides a Representational State Transfer (REST) interface that can geocode, store and query spatial data. This simple REST interface accomplishes tasks by setting parameters in a URL and then submitting the URL as an HTTP request. The HTTP response returns the results of the request.
With the Bing Spatial Data Services, you can:
Geocode and reverse-geocode large numbers of locations with the Geocode Dataflow API.
Transaction accounting is provided when you use the Bing Spatial Data Services. For more information about billable and non-billable transactions for the Bing Spatial Data Services, see Usage Transactions. There are also some use limits for this API. For more information, see Geocode and Data Source Limits
Provides information to help you get started with the Bing Spatial Data Services.
Outlines the latest features added to the Bing Spatial Data Services.
Includes descriptions of public data sources that you can query.
Describes the HTTP errors that can occur when you use the Bing Spatial Data Services APIs.
Defines limits on the total number of dataflow and data source jobs, such as the number of jobs that can be in process at the same time.
Describes the API that returns a list of all dataflow and data source jobs submitted in the last 15 days.
Describes the API that geocodes sets of spatial data.
Describes the API that creates and manages data sources.
Describes the API that queries a data source. You can query for entities in a given area, along a route, or search by entity property or ID.
[This API is a preview and is subject to change.] Describes the API that gets one or more polygons that represent a geographical entity such as a country/region, admin division, or postal code.
A history of Bing Spatial Data Services feature releases since November, 2013.
Provides a set of helpful links and references for the developer.