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Hosted web service that delivers address data to any web form across the internet from the input of a postcode, address or ZIP code lookup.

World Addresses Web is a hosted web service that delivers address data to any web form across the internet from the input of a postcode, address or ZIP code lookup. Users can add intelligent global address and ZIP code look-up and formatting to e-commerce websites and internal software. It includes cross-country searching and address output in UPU S42 format.


  • e-mail and Alert Options: an unlimited number of e-mail addresses can be added to an account and configured to receive any of the alerts generated by the system
  • Function Designer: configure address fields
  • Statistical Reports: view detailed charts and tables of summarised use or drill down to view individual searches
  • Examples Wizard: generate a bespoke example based on the required function and a custom web form
  • Universal Postal Union (UPU) Support: international standard S42 format that defines the correct format for each country's addresses as approved by the postal operator
  • Global Address Search: check international addresses.

Wolfram Workbench - Features


Integrate with Wolfram Technologies

Workbench allows you to dramatically improve your productivity when developing in Mathematica. It provides advanced tools for organizing resources, preventing mistakes, and properly documenting your work. With Workbench you get all the features you would expect from an advanced IDE, such as:
  • Working with code in a specialized editor
  • Debugging programs at the source level
  • Profiling the code's execution
  • Developing and running tests
  • Coding in an integrated workgroup environment
  • Writing documentation for your application

Easily Edit and Navigate Code

Source Code Editor
The source code editor provides powerful source code editing with syntax coloring, error reporting, and more. The errors are reported with a Problems window and mouseover usage messages for convenient assistance. Workbench 2 provides extended code and section folding, improved code hover, and the ability to search for references to a symbol. Some of the important features of the source code editor include:

  • Code folding
  • Code outline
  • Command completion and templates
  • Error reporting
  • Quick assists such as symbol renaming
  • Function definition search
  • Syntax coloring
  • Bracket highlighting
  • Text hover with usage information

Text and Pattern Searching
Workbench supplements text searching with pattern searching, which lets you find certain structures in your code. For example, if you want to find every instance of Mathematica code in your workspace that has an If with two arguments, you would choose Search -> File from the menu bar, then choose the Mathematica Search tab. You could enter the pattern If[ , ], which means an If with two arguments. It also provides scripting of warnings and error markers based on Mathematica patterns.

Source and Notebook Comparison
You can use both the source and compare editors in Mathematica to view notebooks with linear syntax removed. This makes structural comparisons of notebooks very easy, which is useful when using version control systems or just for local comparison of two notebooks.

Use Robust Debugging Tools

The debugger is one of the key features of Wolfram Workbench. One of the prime benefits is the ability to use different breakpoint types and watch expressions to study your code as it runs, so that you can detect and fix any problems.

The Workbench profiler allows you to see details of the execution of your Mathematica functions. Seeing the number of evaluations and time spent on parts of your code can highlight areas that will yield the highest return for optimisation efforts. This report shows that much of the time was spent on vector multiplication; as this is a fast operation, able to see that the execution time for this function is optimized.

Unit Tester
The Workbench tester performs unit testing for your code, with useful features for writing and running tests. The tester produces a report that tells you whether all tests have passed, lists any that failed, and gives links from the report to the actual tests in the test file.

Manage and Deploy Projects

Project-Based Workflow
Wolfram Workbench allows you to group your application and all associated resources, such as test files, in a single container called a project. Many different types of resources are supported, including Mathematica source code and notebooks, Java classes and libraries, and Database connection information for DatabaseLink.
There are a range of tools for working with resources. Mathematica pattern-based searching and browsing tools, along with fast find for packages or functions, makes navigating your code easier and faster than ever.

Project Deployment
Using the Workbench export wizards, you can deploy your projects locally, or package them for delivery. All content types are supported, including documentation, ensuring that you deploy your latest development work.

Version Control
Version control of projects is an essential aspect of modern software development. Workbench provides a full-featured CVS client, and easy installation and support for Subversion and other version control systems, without the need to install and configure any additional tools on your system.

Write Documentation

Documentation Builder
Wolfram Workbench now includes a full set of tools for developing and integrating documentation for your application into your Mathematica Documentation Center. For example, you could easily integrate your application's function, guide, and tutorial pages with existing Mathematica documentation.

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Wolfram Workbench - System Requirements

System Requirements

  • Mathematica 5.2 or higher
  • Workbench supports Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux.
  • It can also be used with other Wolfram products, including gridMathematica and webMathematica

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