AerisWeather is a site that provides traditional weather content such as local weather and weather maps. AerisWeather's core product is an API that provides the necessary weather data to power services such as hosted weather sites and weather application development. The API gives developers access to data such as weather advisories, forecasts, geographic locations, storm reports and more. It uses RESTful calls and responses are formatted in JSON and JSONP.
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The AerisWeather SDK for iOS provides weather content and functionalities. The SDK provides imagery and weather data. The current version is 2.0. The SDK utilizes the AerisWeather API and Aeris Maps Platform (AMP) backends.
Use this iOS SDK to interface with the AerisWeather API. AerisWeather is a weather app providing access to data sets like tides, moon and sun cycles, fires, earthquakes, forecasts, and records. The SDK is developed and supported by AerisWeather. See the project page for detailed SDK and API documentation as well as samples and a demo project.
This Java SDK is for Android developers interested in working with the AerisWeather API. AerisWeather builds weather apps and offers access to data like: earthquakes, fires, forecasts, records, tides, and more. The SDK dependencies include a target of Android 4, Gson 2.24+, and Picasso.