Tag: aeris android

October 8

Tropical Cyclones Archive with Aeris Android SDK

The latest update to the Aeris Android SDK brings another addition to the supported Aeris Weather API endpoints. In v2.6.0 we’ve added support for the Air Quality, Air Quality Forecast, and Tropical Cyclones Archive endpoints. In the next few paragraphs, we’ll discuss working with the Tropical Cyclones Archive data and step into a few code examples. The Air Quality endpoints will be covered in an upcoming article in the near future. Tropical Season Continues Globally There is only a couple of months remaining in the Atlantic hurricane season, yet another storm reminds us that we’re not done with Tropical Cyclones...

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...

May 24

Aeris Pulse for Android Pro Tip: Oreo Persistent Weather Notification

Aeris Pulse for Android – it Feels Like Something is Missing… Since you updated to Oreo, you may have noticed that something was missing from your Aeris Pulse for Android app. One of the changes that came with our Oreo notification update is to default the persistent notification to off. If you’re missing it (like I was), here’s how to get it back!   Aeris Pulse Settings Ok, first let’s turn that option back on. Open Pulse and swipe down on the main view. Next, at the top of the locations view, tap the settings icon in the upper left...

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April 26

Aeris Android SDK v2.0 Has Arrived!

Pretty much any time we hear someone say “version 2.0”, it conjures up images of things all shiny and new, with the promise of improvement and innovation around every corner. This milestone release of Aeris Android SDK v2.0 is no different, bringing with it a full arsenal of goodies. Aeris API endpoints, AMP map layers, a improved permissions set and updated dependencies. It’s everything you need to create the next groundbreaking Android weather app!   Version 2.0 At a Glance So while the development team toiled away on version 2.0 of the SDK, we posted a few betas. We wanted to get...

March 22

Aeris Android SDK v2 Beta 3 – It’s All About the Maps

We’re happy to announce the arrival of the Aeris Android SDK, Beta 3! So as you might have gleaned from the title, this beta is all about maps. With this update, we concentrated on improved integration of our Aeris Maps Platform (AMP). For an example of the map updates, check out the Demo app. It provides examples of the variety of the available layers and modifier options. You’ll also notice that there is now support for setting the Google base map type to “none”. As a result, you can choose whether you want the standard Google base layers or AMP’s...

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December 21

The Aeris Android SDK v2 Beta is Here!

Just in time for your holiday coding free time, our Aeris Android Development team has pushed a beta release of the much anticipated Aeris Android SDK v2 beta update!  (We knew you were worried about not having anything fun to work on between Christmas and New Years…) Why Bother with a Beta? The SDK v2 Beta release is a preview update to allow developer access to the features and changes made thus far. Our hope is that by allowing early access to the major breaking changes, we can make your transition to v2 less daunting. After all, horribly complex version...

May 6

Aeris Android SDK v1.2 Released

An update to the Aeris Android SDK is now available with a new map library! AMP’d Up This update to the SDK is the beginning of some exciting changes for the cartographers amongst our ranks. The Aeris Android Map library now uses our very own Aeris Map Platform (AMP) for the weather data visualization in our apps! This first wave of AMP integration is focused on upgrading the existing legacy Aeris Overlays to AMP. This paves the way for the additional layers available within our new map platform. In future updates of the SDK we’ll add new map options to...

January 15

Aeris Android Alpo – Eating Our Own Dogfood

The term “Eating Your Own Dogfood” or “Dogfooding”, has spread throughout the tech industry in the past 20 years.  Back on the farm we used a slightly different way to say the same thing (something about dogs and where they sleep) but it all means basically the same thing: it’s the idea of using the products we make to ensure that things actually work the way we say they do.  The Aeris Android development project recently gave me a “no thank you bite” of my own. Dinner is Served https://deviq.com When I sat down to pen the developer’s blog this week,...

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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...