Blog: Weather

May 15

Aeris Javascript Weather SDK 1.2.0 Released

Our new Aeris Javascript Weather SDK provides you with tons of features so you can easily add Aeris data and imagery into your custom applications. From performing simple API data requests to full-featured interactive weather maps, our SDK makes it easy and painless. But what if you wanted to combine all of the many features of the SDK into a single, cohesive and highly flexible weather mapping application? We’re excited to announce version 1.2.0 of our Javascript SDK includes a complete weather mapping application. And it’s all built into the SDK so you can take advantage of this new component...

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May 7

Build an Interactive Map with the JavaScript SDK

One of the things that makes the new Aeris JavaScript SDK so unique is its versatility. The SDK is your new go-to for weather data, static maps, and even interactive maps. This post will highlight how easy it is to use an interactive map and include layer buttons with our JavaScript SDK. Initial Setup Just like the fetching data and static maps posts related to our JavaScript SDK, we will need to get our feet set with a few items before we can begin. Let’s set up the following items: Add CSS and JavaScript files Define the map size Add...

Australia Oma
March 6

Using the JavaScript SDK to Display Static Weather Maps

We recently published a blog detailing how users can fetch data from the API using the new JavaScript SDK. This time we’ll spend a few minutes diving into the SDK’s static weather maps using the Aeris Mapping Platform (AMP). Setup We’re going to assume you’re using front-end JavaScript in an HTML document for this example. Prior to adding static weather maps to our page, we will need a get a few items setup. First, we’ll need to include the library like so: [crayon-5daf70c6d7a4a706099467/] This can be added in the header or the body. Next, let’s instantiate the library and make sure...

January 4

Fetching API Data with the Aeris JavaScript SDK

You don’t need to be an API guru to interact with the Aeris Weather API. In fact, we’ve recently launched a JavaScript SDK that simplifies building your API queries and handling the responses. By the end of this post you’ll see just how to easy it is to play with our API. JavaScript vs. NodeJS We’re all about choices with the latest JavaScript SDK. Did you want to access weather data via NodeJS or browser-based JavaScript? Either way, we will have you covered. Both options have their own benefits, but it will be up to you to determine which implementation method...

Seasons Change
November 7

Temperature Delta for Minnesota in 2017

The most traditional use case for weather data is displaying forecast details or current conditions for an end user. However, there are tons of other fun ways to integrate weather data into applications. Using our weather API, I’ll show you how to capture the greatest temperature delta on a monthly basis in Minnesota throughout 2017. Why am I doing this? Well, I simply wanted to know how large our temperature difference was on a monthly basis. Building the Query The first component of this project will require us to build out a query that searches the entire state on each...

September 14

Aeris Android SDK Tropical API Data

The tropics are busy and so are the teams at AerisWeather! Last month’s Aeris Android SDK update added new tropical cyclone imagery from the Aeris Mapping Platform (AMP). Today we’re excited to announce that we’re putting even more tropical cyclone information into your hands (and apps). Version 2.5.0 expands the Aeris Android SDK tropical API support for the Aeris API Tropical Cyclone endpoint to include point and polygon data! The Tropical Cyclone Endpoint The Aeris API provides rich data support for active global tropical systems. You can get all the details in the full rundown of the cool new Tropical...

AerisWeather iOS SDK - Tropical Data
September 11

Aeris Weather SDK for iOS – 3.1.0 Released

We’ve been releasing several new products related to tropical cyclones recently, such as our new Aeris Weather API tropical cyclone endpoints and Aeris Maps Platform (AMP) tropical layers. And continuing this trend, we’ve also released version 3.1.0 of our Aeris Weather SDK for iOS that now lets your iOS applications take advantage of both of these new products. Tropical Point Data Layer The biggest new feature in 3.1.0 is the addition of a point layer for tropical cyclone data. This point layer is similar to our existing storm cells and storm reports layers in that they are fully interactive and...

Hurricane Florence Image
September 10

Tropical API Archive Now Available

With the traditional peak of the tropical season underway, we have been busy with the release of the new tropical API addition to the Aeris Weather API and new tropical map layers within the Aeris Maps Platform (AMP). Together, these products can better prepare you for imminent threats from tropical cyclones and help reduce storm risks when utilized within organizations. Today, we are excited to announce the addition of archive data for tropical cyclones to the new tropical API. Using data from the National Hurricane Center (NHC) and Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC), our API includes information for tropical cyclones...

API Wizard
August 15

API Wizard Just For You

Just when you thought APIs were only for ninja developers, AerisWeather built an API wizard just for you. Our latest wizard is the perfect tool to get your project rolling without the overhead of learning how to use an API. Who Can Use the API Wizard? Anybody! That’s the beauty of it. If you’re able to open up a browser and navigate to this blog post, you’re able to use the API wizard. Our goal was to allow any level of technical expertise to start playing with our API, as well as showcase some of the API’s built-in features. So if...

Air Quality
June 25

Air Quality Now Available In the WeatherBlox Wizard

A couple weeks ago we introduced the WeatherBlox wizard, but we weren’t going to stop there. We doubled down and added Air Quality views and a full page layout to our WeatherBlox Wizard. Air Quality Views There are 3 views available with our new AQI views, each of which provides an elegant depiction of pollutant data in or near your neighborhood. You can easily configure your preferred view in Step 3 of the wizard under the Data Type option. Let’s go over each individual view: Observations The observations view generates an estimated AQI based on a combination of nearby observation...