Tag: js sdk

Severe Weather Module Map
July 1

Tracking Storm Threats With the Severe Weather Module

In March, we introduced the popular Severe Weather Module for use with the AerisWeather Interactive Map App to track storm threats. We’ve since added a new feature that allows you to tap into the power of the AerisWeather Threats endpoint within the Interactive Map App. There’s no need to write code to query the AerisWeather API Threats Endpoint, we’ve taken care of the hard part. All you have to do now is click on the map to display approaching storm threats in the infopanel. Threats Endpoint Background The Threats Endpoint is one of many severe weather endpoints in the AerisWeather API. It’s much more than just National Weather Service warnings, it utilizes a plethora of other meteorological-related parameters as well...

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...