Mashups using the same API (1)
It's May and that means that we don't want to spend our weekends stuck inside. We want to know if and when the weather will be good so that we can enjoy our time outside. This week's roundup includes mashups that cover all aspects of weather forecasts. You can also take a look at previous weather mashups that we've highlighted. The big surprise is that Accuweather isn't represented here. If you know of any good apps or mashups using the Accuweather API, please let us know about them.
A few months ago, ProgrammableWeb announced the release of Heroku’s Platform API, which allowed developers to integrate the Heroku platform with third party applications and services. Now, Heroku has launched a public beta for OAuth 2.0 support for the Platform API. OAuth 2.0 support allows developers to control service needs as opposed to offering full service access to all user accounts.
World Weather Online Ski Weather
||The World Weather Online Ski Weather API integrates forecast for chance of snow, freeze level, temperature, precipitation, and expected snow fall. Available in XML and JSON formats with Api Key.||Weather||05.25.2016|
World Weather Online Marine, Sailing, Surfing Weather
||The World Weather Online Marine, Sailing, Surfing Weather API integrates forecast data into web services and mobile applications. XML, JSON, and REST are available as protocols to make callbacks.||Weather||05.25.2016|
World Weather Online Local City Weather
||The World Weather Online Local City Weather API integrates forecast predictions according to local venues. Formats include CSV, JSON, and XML.||Weather||05.25.2016|
World Weather Online Historical or Past Weather
||The World Weather Online Historical or Past Weather API integrates previous forecast records into applications. It is available in CSV, JSON, and XML formats.||Weather||05.25.2016|
Weather Online Local City and Town Weather
||The Weather Online Local City and Town Weather integrates forecast predictions according to location. It is available in CSV, JSON, JSONP, and XML formats.||Weather||05.25.2016|