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Aeris Android SDK v2.0
November 24

Google Android and The Mystery of the Duplicate Icon

While recently working in the luxurious upstairs loft that is home to the Aeris Weather software development team, I ran into an issue that had me stumped for a bit.  Thank goodness for Google and Stack Overflow, but even with the help of our Android benefactor and the developer’s crisis hotline we know as SO, it took me a little digging to find all the pieces of the puzzle.  So this episode of our Aeris developer’s blog is devoted to all of you Android devs who are searching for an answer to “The Mystery of the Duplicate Icon”. With The Best...

Aeris Android Weather SDK
November 20

Aeris Android Weather SDK v1.1.1

Version 1.1.1 of the Aeris Android Weather SDK is now available. This version of the SDK includes access to additional endpoints like observation/summary and new data attributes like Ultraviolet Index forecasts.  Read on for highlights of the  new data waiting to enhance your Android weather applications! Updated Endpoints, More Better Since our last update the Aeris Weather API team has continued to add and expand our endpoints to their arsenal of weather data. This update of the  Android SDK provides streamlined access to these enhanced data sets for Android developers. Updated endpoints include: Forecasts The following attributes are now available...

Storm Reports with Aeris Weather API
November 19

Storm Reports with the Aeris Weather API

In a 24-hour period from noon on Tuesday, Nov 17 through noon on Wednesday, Nov 18th, more than 1,000 storm reports were reported across the U.S. The Aeris Weather API provides quick access to these reports for use within applications, including many of the available javascript and mobile mapping platforms. Today, we will step through adding storm reports to an interactive map using the Aeris API, GeoJSON and the Leaflet mapping library. Aeris Weather API now has GeoJSON Support The 1.4 release of the Aeris API added several new features, including GeoJSON support. GeoJSON is a common method for transferring geospatial...

November 12

Aeris iOS Weather SDK 2.2.0 Released

Our next minor version of our Aeris iOS Weather SDK is now available with several new features and whole lot of bug fixes and improvements. Supported iOS Versions With iOS 8 and 9 adoption at 90-95% and iOS 9 adoption quickly rising to near 75% according to Apple and Mixpanel, our iOS SDKs are currently being developed to only support iOS 7 and higher. However, we have plans to drop support for iOS 7 by next summer once iOS 10 is released to developers as users running versions older than iOS 8 should fall below 5%. New Data Sets +...

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September 22

Coming Soon…Aeris Enterprise for Mobile

Coming soon to the AerisWeather suite of alerting and forecasting services: the Aeris Enterprise mobile app! Everything you love about the desktop version will soon be conveniently available for download on your iOS device. Easily add job site locations, set up custom alerts, and view radar.     Stay tuned in the coming weeks for more details! Visit http://www.aerisweather.com/manage/enterprise/ to discover how Aeris Enterprise will help your business increase efficiency by being ready for whatever the weather brings. Find AerisWeather on Facebook or follow AerisWeather on Twitter.

AerisWeather
September 3

AerisWeather Fall Newsletter

  In This Issue We hope you had a great summer! The last couple of months have been very busy for us. Aside from moving to a new office space, we have also been hard at work creating and updating our state of the art technologies to serve all of your weather needs. Here’s What’s New We have a lot of new and exciting things happening at AerisWeather. The first is our interactive maps SDK. This is a complete Javascript weather map platform built upon our open source AerisJS library. This new SDK provides many features, including modern design, support...

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July 21

Announcing Aeris Interactive Maps SDK

We’re excited to announce the public release of our new Aeris Interactive Maps 2 SDK, a complete Javascript weather map platform built upon our open-source AerisJS library.  The new SDK provides developers with a quick and efficient way to integrate our AerisWeather data and image services into custom applications. The new Aeris Interactive Maps SDK provides many enhanced features, including: Enhanced modern design Support for OSM, Mapbox and Google base maps Responsive and mobile friendly Easy integration of AerisWeather data sets Quickly embed into existing websites Customizable look and feel View the Aeris Interactive Maps SDK in use on our...

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May 26

AerisWeather Helps Homeowner’s Association Win Settlement For Storm Damage

The meteorological expertise of AerisWeather‘s forensics team was enlisted by local attorneys to help a Twin Cities’ Homeowner’s Association win a settlement from an insurance company who significantly undervalued a storm damage claim. A series of strong thunderstorms, many containing large hail and damaging winds, pummeled the Homeowner’s Association during the Spring of 2012. Numerous structures within the Association were damaged by these severe thunderstorms. After submitting a claim with their insurance company, the Homeowner’s Association learned that the insurance company was only willing to cover approximately three percent of the estimate given by the contractor who assessed the damage....

April 18

HAMweather Is Now AerisWeather

MediaLogic Group, the parent company of HAMweather, has rebranded as AerisWeather, and all of the existing HAMweather products will continue. This change brings HAMweather together with MediaLogic Group’s other weather-related broadcast and consulting businesses to create a single location where customers can come for all of their weather data and content needs. Also, note that this rebranding was not due to an acquisition, so HAMweather and Media Logic Group are still the same company, just with a different name and brand. “At least a third of America’s GDP is weather-dependent.” said meteorologist and AerisWeather president, Paul Douglas. “From media and transportation to...