The OpenWeatherMap Ultraviolet Index API provides developers with current, forecast, and historical UV data for more than 200,000 cities around the world. Data measurements are only taken at 12pm. This data is available in JSON format. This API is still in beta.
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The OpenWeatherMap Crystal SDK by Chris Larsen allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their Crystal applications. This SDK covers all APIs available to free accounts, except the OpenWeatherMap Weather Map Layers API.
The OpenWeatherMap Elixir SDK by Rafał Kociszewski allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their Elixir applications. This SDK is still a work in progress and not yet ready for production use.
The OpenWeatherMap Node.js SDK by Steven Collins allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap Current Weather Data, 5 Day Weather Forecast, 16 Day Weather Forecast, and Ultraviolet Index APIs into their Node.js applications. This SDK is installed via npm.
The OpenWeatherMap .NET SDK by Joan Caron allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap APIs into their .NET applications. This SDK supports the .NET Standard 1.1 platform and is not currently being maintained.