This Java SDK is for Android developers interested in working with the AerisWeather API. AerisWeather builds weather apps and offers access to data like: earthquakes, fires, forecasts, records, tides, and more. The SDK dependencies include a target of Android 4, Gson 2.24+, and Picasso.
Where were you when Hurricane Sandy hit, and what were you doing? If you're like many other ProgrammableWeb readers, you weren't watching news reports on TV--you were using social media to keep tabs on your friends and family, and taking advantage of the vast amounts of data available on the Internet to make sense of the situation. Below, a round-up of how Twitter and other online resources helped people get through the record-breaking "super storm."
A new mapping-related API from WeatherBug has a response type we don't see too often: images. The new service provides radar, temperature and other weather-related data as an overlay for Bing or Google Maps.
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.