Tag: javascript sdk

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...

March 23

Create a 3D Weather Globe with AerisWeather and the ArcGIS JavaScript SDK

AerisWeather offers a wide array of weather map layers for use within your projects. Whether you need a stand-alone map for a visual display or a fully interactive dashboard for an enterprise command center, our weather mapping platform (AMP) and our suite of tools can assist. Our mapping platform can integrate with many third-party libraries, allowing you to create some unique displays such as a 3D weather map. The ESRI ArcGIS JavaScript API is one potential library for creating 3D visuals. Utilizing the ArcGIS API along with a few lines of code, you can have a fully interactive 3D globe...

COVID-19 Map Module
March 19

Utilizing the COVID-19 Map Module within the AerisWeather JavaScript SDK

COVID-19 (Novel Coronavirus) is a global pandemic currently affecting millions of people and nearly every economy worldwide. It’s often challenging for people to grasp the severity and full breadth of these types of situations just by giving them a series of numbers from the data. Data visualizations, such as maps and charts, drastically improve the understanding of data and its impacts compared to providing people with just the data. Knowing this, we have created a COVID-19 map module that combines data from John Hopkins with our own JavaScript SDK. The COVID-19 Map Module The COVID-19 module is a map module that utilizes our...

Packing a very full suitcase
October 24

Use the AerisWeather JavaScript SDK’s NPM Module to Build a Travel Buddy

The AerisWeather Javascript SDK can solve weather-based problems all while steering clear of the troublesome tasks that go into styling a web page. This can be done using the SDK’s module which can be installed from the Yarn or NPM ecosystem. This tutorial will outline the steps required to use the JavaScript SDK’s NPM module and build a Travel Buddy along the way. What is Travel Buddy? Travel Buddy will help users understand what temperatures to expect during their next trip. By passing the location and date of travel, the application will query our API and provide some pertinent details that will prepare...

May 15

AerisWeather Javascript Weather SDK 1.2.0 Released

Our new AerisWeather Javascript Weather SDK provides you with tons of features so you can easily add weather 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...

globe
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...

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 AerisWeather 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-6077a8d809ebb725007357/] This can be added in the header or the body. Next, let’s instantiate the library and make sure...

Aeris JavaScript SDK Beta 3
January 9

AerisWeather JavaScript SDK Beta 3 Released

Last November, we released the initial beta of our new, modern AerisWeather JavaScript SDK. The new SDK is designed to be more flexible, easier to use and more lightweight than the previous AerisJS library we released years go. We’ve now released beta 3, getting us even closer to a final 1.0 release. We released the initial beta with a strong foundation of core features, including: configuring and requesting data from the AerisWeather API configuring and requesting map imagery from AerisWeather Mapping Platform (AMP) a fully-customizable interactive weather map starting with the LeafletJS mapping library Then in December, we released beta 2...

January 4

Fetching API Data with the AerisWeather JavaScript SDK

You don’t need to be an API guru to interact with the AerisWeather 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 best...