USPS Street Standardization
The USPS Street Address Standardization Library allows you to standardize street addresses according to USPS guidelines from USPS Publication 28. This is useful for bulk mail compliance, and to match street addresses from different systems. It standardizes street numbers, pre-directionals, post-directionals, directionals within street names, rural routes, street abbreviations, and unit abbreviations.
Unlike other address standardization software, there is no monthly subscription, and there is no maximum limit to the number of addresses that can be standardized. It performs the standardization completely offline. It is a perpetual license.
While it can be purchased separately, this product is also included in the Gold Suite. Gold Suite subscribers receive all product updates and all new products as part of a yearly subscription. It is the best value in the industry.
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- Full working version
- Includes technical support
- Works with .NET 2.0 and higher
The USPS Street Standardization requires the following system configuration.
- Windows 98, Windows 98 SE, Windows 2000 with SP4, Windows ME, Windows XP with SP2, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 2000 Server with SP4, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2012, or Windows Server 2016
- .NET Framework 3.5 and higher, .NET Standard 2.0 and higher, .NET Core 2.0 and higher
(); // trial mode
"place user name here"
"place license key here"
); // license mode
string addressToStandardize = "1500 Serpentine Road, Suite 100" ;
string result = standardization.StandardizeStreetAddress(addressToStandardize);
//This will output: 1500 SERPENTINE RD STE 100
Q: How do I use my license key?
A: StandardizationLogic standartization = new StandardizationLogic ("my user name","my license key");
Q: I lost my license key how do I retrieve it?
A: Go to your account
Q: I lost my software how do I retrieve it?
A: Go to downloads
Q: Where can I download the latest version of my software?
A: Click the download tab.
Q: How does the licensing work?
A: Each developer that uses the library must have a license. You may distribute your application to end users royalty free. A site license is for all the developers in a single building.
Q: What happens when the trial expires?
A: An exception is thrown, indicating that the trial is expired.
|3/14/2015||1.2.0||Minor update for the USPS Standardization Library. New feature, COM compatibility.|
|2/24/2016||1.3||Builds for .NET Framework 4.5.2 and 4.6. The library remains 100% managed code but is now compatible with COM.|
|9/14/2019||1.11||Builds for .NET Framework 4.7, 4.7.1, 4.7.2, and 4.8.|
|8/18/2021||2.00||Now compatible with .NET Core 2.0 and higher, .NET Standard 2.0 and higher.|