jcf/geocode

Google Geocoding API for Laravel

1.4.0 2018-01-15 03:43 UTC

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A simple Laravel service provider for Google Geocoding API.

Installation

This package can be installed via Composer.

Run composer require command.

composer require "jcf/geocode":"~1.3"

Laravel 5.5

Both the service provider and alias will be automatically installed by Laravel 5.5 package discovery. If you don't use auto discovery, follow the instructions for Laravel 5.0-5.4 below:

Laravel 5.0-5.4

After updating composer, add the service provider to the providers array in app/config/app.php

Jcf\Geocode\GeocodeServiceProvider::class,

Add then alias Geocode adding its facade to the aliases array in the same file :

'Geocode' => Jcf\Geocode\Facades\Geocode::class,

Laravel 4

After updating composer, add the service provider to the providers array in app/config/app.php

'Jcf\Geocode\GeocodeServiceProvider',

Add then alias Geocode adding its facade to the aliases array in the same file :

'Geocode' => 'Jcf\Geocode\Facades\Geocode'

Lumen 5

After updating composer, register the service provider in bootstrap/app.php

$app->register(Jcf\Geocode\GeocodeServiceProvider::class);

Since facade are not enabled by default on Lumen, don't forget to add this.

use Jcf\Geocode\Geocode;

Configuration

Add the following line to the .env file:

GEOCODE_GOOGLE_APIKEY=<your_google_api_key>

You can optionally set the response language.

GEOCODE_GOOGLE_LANGUAGE=en # pt-BR, es, de, it, fr, en-GB

Supported Languages for Google Maps Geocoding API.

Usage

You can find data from addresses:

$response = Geocode::make()->address('1 Infinite Loop');

if ($response) {
	echo $response->latitude();
	echo $response->longitude();
	echo $response->formattedAddress();
	echo $response->locationType();
}

// Output
// 37.331741
// -122.0303329
// 1 Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA 95014, USA
// ROOFTOP

Or from latitude/longitude:

$response = Geocode::make()->latLng(40.7637931,-73.9722014);
if ($response) {
	echo $response->latitude();
	echo $response->longitude();
	echo $response->formattedAddress();
	echo $response->locationType();
}

// Output
// 40.7637931
// -73.9722014
// 767 5th Avenue, New York, NY 10153, USA
// ROOFTOP

If you need other data rather than formatted address, latitude, longitude or location type, you can use the raw() method:

$response = Geocode::make()->latLng(40.7637931,-73.9722014);
if ($response) {
	echo $response->raw()->address_components[8]['types'][0];
	echo $response->raw()->address_components[8]['long_name'];
}

// Output
// postal_code
// 10153

That's it. Pull requests are welcome.