In part 2 of our series, we’ll look at a website that returns random, real-world addresses, and we’ll see how we can use npm packages to issue requests to this site.
Every app needs random data at some point, but what if that random data also needs to be real? That’s the challenge I ran into when generating test addresses for one of my clients. Since we wanted to plot these addresses on the map, they had to be real, physical places. Oh, and I needed […]