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.
In this article we take a look at the features of LocationKit, a replacement library for iOS’ CLLocationManager and Android’s LocationManager. We explain how LocationKit can benefit location-aware mobile apps, and take you through the process of setting up and using LocationKit in your own app.
It seems that news pieces are rarely written from a neutral point of view these days, and political news can be especially prone to bias. But how can the average reader, who probably has no idea of the political ties between those mentioned in a news piece, see the larger picture? Sunlight labs, who are dedicated to creating tools that make government data more accessible, have a new service that helps you see the story behind the story.