AccuWeather APIs are now easily available to developers with our new AccuWeather API Developer Portal. Sign up today for a free trial package, or one of three package options — Standard, Prime, and Elite — starting as low as $25 per month. The AccuWeather API packages include multiple API endpoints, allowing users full customization based on the data call volume, data types, level of detail, and locations each developer needs. Users can also reach AccuWeather technical, sales, and customer service support teams to answer API and technical-related questions.
Previously we looked at APIs that readers follow the most using our tracking functionality. This time we measured the APIs readers show interest in by counting the number of times a user clicks an outbound link to a provider's site. This is a metric that may better signal developer interest.
Which APIs are the most popular with developers? There are a lot of ways to come to an answer; this month we are using our directory data to offer one. Every API in our directory has a track functionality and by looking at the data we can see which APIs our readers have shown the most interest in.
AccuWeather has removed the Reveal Mobile SDK from its iOS app due to privacy concerns brought to the company’s attention by many of the app’s users. According to an article published on Medium, the app was sending location information such as GPS coordinates and Wi-Fi router name to Reveal Mobile.
This article features ProgrammableWeb's Top 10 Weather APIs, selected on a variety of metrics, including PW followers, GitHub and Twitter activity, and recent news. Our Top Weather and Climate APIs include but are not limited to, BloomSky, AccuWeather, Open Weather Map, and Weather Underground.
There are a number of ways to discuss API popularity. Our metrics are based on developer engagement. The "track" functionality on ProgrammableWeb lets developers declare an interest in receiving updates on particular APIs. Which APIs and categories are seeing the most activity.
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.