Use the following references when using the WeatherBlox library and API.
Individual WeatherBlox views display a single dataset or data type and can vary in their size and level of functionality. Some views have additional configuration options specific to their supported feature set or functionality which can be found by selecting an individual view below:
A weather view, or scene, is comprised of multiple individual WeatherBlox views to create a larger area of content containing multiple pieces of weather data. These layouts are typically rendered as individual weather pages that you would wrap with your own custom header, footer and other site content.
The global configuration for your WeatherBlox setup manages things like link formatting, icon locations and mappings, and the units to display. The library provides all of the defaults necessary to get started without worrying about any of these settings, but you can override these defaults to provide additional customization.
The Aeris Weather Blox library includes several built-in regions that can be used with any of the map components and/or views to adjust the visible bounds displayed by a weather map. You can use one of the built-in regions or add your custom regions to use throughout the library.
Last modified: June 16, 2017