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.
Twelve APIs have been added to the ProgrammableWeb directory in categories such as Video, Bluetooth, Location, and Games. One highlight today is the Accelerite Location-as-a-Service API, which enables mobile device location aggregation. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Although many of us currently use online services for our weather reports, some still like to watch the television for their weather news. The Weather Channel is the main go-to channel for weather, offering weather reports whenever you're in need of them. It recently started to integrate Twitter into the televised reports, searching Twitter for locals talking about the weather. It also has a special site where you can find weather-related tweets for your own city.