Tag: weather maps

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 Aeris 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-5c98195ac4b60447771227/] This can be added in the header or the body. Next, let’s instantiate the library and make sure...

February 18

Weather maps made easy with Aeris Maps Wizard

Last August we released the Aeris Weather API Wizard to assist with making queries to the Aeris Weather API. Today we are releasing the newest member of our wizard family: The Aeris Maps Wizard. This new wizard provides a step-by-step guide to help you build custom weather maps in multiple forms. As you journey through each step, the wizard builds a code snippet behind the scenes using information from what the user has selected. In the final step, the user will be provided with a custom code snippet that can be used in their own applications. We know that not everyone...

AerisWeather Android Dev
August 31

Aeris Android SDK v2.4.1

The latest update for the Android SDK is now available! Aeris Android SDK v2.4.1 includes many bug fixes, along with updates to the map animations and even some spiffy new tropical map layers! Tropical Map Layers We already know that the Aeris Mapping Platform provides tons of awesome map layers to help your users visualize your app’s data. So it’s no surprise that the AMP team would crank out another set of layers, just in time for the Hurricane season! With the latest update, Aeris Android SDK v2.4.1 includes the new tropical layers and all their various modifiers and options. Like most of...