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Third party developer Yo-han offers a World Weather Online iOS library on Github. To implement, users can check the test project. To build the library, users can call the build.sh script in the root file. With instructions, resources, and tools offered by the third party and World Weather Online, developers could complete the integration of weather features in mobile applications.
This is a A .NET portable client library for the World Weather Online APIs created by Sebastian Roesch. Developers interested in creating apps for Windows could benefit with the integration of weather, location, and prediction features offered by WWO's official site.
A third party World Weather Online Java library is available on Github. Author Raúl Raja Martínez guides developers through downloads and usage. The downloads section includes maven dependency and the usage part includes parameters, API Key, numberOfDays, and query. Android developers can benefit from this third party library due to the integration of weather services in mobile apps.
This is a Python wrapper library for World Weather Online API using lxml.objectify as the author states on GitHub. Developers could integrate weather projects easily in mobile and desktop applications.