Open Weather Map provides interactive maps of current and historic weather conditions. The Open Weather Map API allows users to retrieve the current weather at a city or weather station, the historical measurements for a weather station, or a list of cities and/or weather stations in a given rectangle (limited by geographic coordinates). The API uses RESTful calls issued in JSON format.
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The TYPO3 Weather Extension PHP SDK by jweiland allows developers to use various weather APIs to display weather data and alerts. The two default APIs used are OpenWeatherMap and Deutscher Wetterdienst. This SDK requires TYPO3 CMS 6.2.x - 8.7.x, PHP 5.3.7 - 7.1.x, and TYPO3 Extension static_info_tables (>=6.3.0). Installation is done using Composer.
The OpenWeatherMap Python SDK by Claudio Sparpaglione allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap API into their Python applications. This SDK currently supports version 2.5 of the OpenWeatherMap API and runs on Python 2.7, 3.2, and 3.3.
The OpenWeatherMap PHP SDK by Christian Flach allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap API into their PHP applications. This SDK normalizes the data retrieved from OpenWeatherMap and removes some inconsistencies.
The OpenWeatherMap C SDK by Pebble Hacks allows developers to integrate the OpenWeatherMap API into their C applications. This SDK can be used to get weather descriptions, short descriptions, temperatures (in K, C, or F), and location names.