Places (Search) API Developer's Guide

Gzip Compression

Responses provided by the Places (Search) API can optionally be compressed in the gzip format. Developers are strongly encouraged to make use of this option, as it can have a major positive impact on the responsiveness and performance of the client application by significantly reducing the response size.

Applications can request a gzip-compressed response in two ways. Applications can either set the standard Accept-Encoding header or set the x-accept-encoding header. If x-accept-encoding is set, it overides Accept-Encoding; the syntax and content of both variants are the same. They both conform to the standard accept-encoding header specification as set by the IETF.

Header name Header value
Accept-Encoding gzip
x-accept-encoding gzip
Note: When the response is gzip compressed, the Content-Encoding response header is sent with a value of gzip.

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