Tag: interactive map

Severe Weather Module over Google Maps
March 16

Enhance Your Storm Tracking With the Severe Weather Module

A year ago, we introduced two new modules to use with the AerisWeather Javascript SDK, InteractiveMap, and InteractiveMapApp. With severe weather season just around the corner, Aerisweather has added another module to its stable: The Severe Weather Module.  The Severe Weather Module The Severe Weather Module is another map module that utilizes our Map Module Starter Project, similar to our Observations and COVID-19 modules. The purpose is to provide an enhanced mapping experience for tracking severe weather through custom visualizations of data currently available via the Javascript SDK. Features The Severe Weather Module provides users with an array of layers that one would want when tracking severe weather (beyond radar and satellite). It also enhances some of the layers to provide more detail compared to the default SDK implementations. The...

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May 7

Build an Interactive Map with the JavaScript SDK

One of the things that makes the new AerisWeather 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...