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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 Aeris API endpoints. These include observation/summary and new data attributes like Ultraviolet Index forecasts. So read on for highlights of the new data waiting to enhance your Android weather applications! Updated Endpoints Forecasts So first up is the Forecasts endpoint. The following attributes are now available as properties within the forecast object: ice accumulation min and max humidity min, max and average feelslike and dewpoint UVI (the ultraviolet index, an integer from 0-12) 80 meter winds (wind data at a height...

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 a whole lot of bug fixes and improvements. Supported iOS Versions With iOS 8 and 9 adoptions at 90-95% and iOS 9 adoptions 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...

Aeris iOS SDK
June 25

Aeris iOS Weather Framework: 2.0 Preview – Part 2

During the week of Apple’s WWDC, we gave a preview of a few of the additions and improvements in the upcoming 2.0 release of our Aeris iOS Weather framework. This time in part 2, we’re going to preview some of the exciting new features and changes to the mapping component of our SDK that we’re sure will take your own weather applications to the next level.

Aeris iOS SDK
May 30

Aeris iOS Weather Framework: 2.0 Preview – Part 1

Our Aeris iOS Weather Framework has been in the hands of developers and Aeris users for about two and a half years already and has received a lot of positive feedback from everyone who has been using it within their own iOS applications. Our goal with the iOS framework has always been to make interacting and integrating with our core AerisWeather API quick and painless so you can focus your time on building great applications instead of worrying about fetching, parsing and displaying weather data. Now, after months of planning and development behind the scenes, we’re excited to give our...

May 27

Video: Getting Started With The Aeris.js Library

Aeris.js is an open source javascript library for developing rich interactive weather maps and weather widgets. Access the latest release via the Aeris.js GitHub. Today we’re going to walk through the steps on how to create a weather map using Aeris.js. You can see working demos at demo.aerisjs.com. In this tutorial, we walk you through: Embedding the Aeris.js library in our webpage. Signing up for an Aeris Weather API account & configuring our API keys. Creating a base map. Adding & manipulating weather tile layers.