The Aeris iOS Weather SDK is divided into three primary components, and depending on your project's needs, you may only need to use one or all three of the SDK's components. Each of the components are outlined below:
To get started using the Aeris iOS Weather SDK, review the requirements and installation documentation for instructions on how to setup your project to use the SDK. Once you have the SDK installed, be sure to review our available examples and the demo project that comes with the downloaded SDK.
The Aeris.framework component of the SDK provides the core functionary required for interacting with the Aeris API. All data requests are made using a series of object loaders that parse and return back ease-to-use object models representing the request's response. Review the complete API documentation for more details regarding the public objects and methods available to your project within the Aeris.framework.
The AerisUI.framework component of the SDK provides all of the built-in weather views, a basic graphing library, as well as many UIKit-related utility methods. Review the complete weather API documentation for more details regarding the public objects and methods available to your project within the AerisUI.framework component.
The AerisMap.framework component of the SDK provides everything needed to get a fully interactive weather map integrated into your project. A weather map allows to display a wide variety of weather data layers on your maps and also supports integration with Mapbox and Google Maps. Review the complete API documentation for more details regarding the public objects and methods available to your project within the AerisMap.framework component.
Last modified: March 20, 2018