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Our US Autocomplete API is a simple HTTP endpoint that can suggest street addresses while a user is still typing. We'd like to show you how it works in its intended context, our Website Plugin, which uses the US Autocomplete API to suggest addresses and our US Street Address API to validate them.
You can experience the above behavior for yourself using the Website Plugin demo.
The house number shown in the Autocomplete suggestions is taken directly from user input, without previous validation, therefore the Autocomplete suggestions are not necessarily valid. In the intended use case for the Website Plugin it is assumed that the user knows their house number, so the validation step described above will produce the desired address. If you try entering a contrived address, the house number probably doesn't exist, so the address will come back as invalid.
The final validation by the US Street Address API will count as a single address lookup against your subscription, but the suggestions given by the US Autocomplete API do not count as address lookups; they are free.
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