Open Weather Map is a service that provides weather information with interactive graphics. The Open Weather Map .NET library by Joan Caron is an asynchronous project that interacts with the API. In the official site, users can review the API features that include current weather data, historical data, weather station network, weather forecast, map layers, and data from weather stations. Temperature shows Celsius degrees.
Eighteen APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories including Internet of Things Weather, and Recognition. Highlights include the Microsoft Azure LUIS language processing API and several weather APIs from Foreca. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Quova's is a geolocation service, went free last November. The company has revamped its developer portal and added a few awesome new features to the Quova API. The company also added JSON as a response format, as so many other APIs have lately. Unlike the APIs ditching XML, Quova is keeping the XML format and expanding developer options. Also, the company added a developer forum and app gallery to its portal, to encourage community around its API.
A little over a month off of its pricing structure changes, location database-as-a-service company SimpleGeo has updated its SimpleGeo Places API with more data based on an earlier partnership with Factual. In addition to new data, there are new ways to access it, as well as some changes to the structure of the data returned, so if you've already built on the API you will want to take note.