Not sure why the Ambient Weather API need this much precision for the station elevation.
The application is almost complete.
I’ll add the forecast from the excellent NOAAAPI
Everything is going smooth. The GUI buttery smoothly rescale. The network stack is rock solid. The future is bright.
Pretty steady progress:
Developing with UWP is super easy, planing to hit the store in few days
November 2020, back to the windows store.
Not sure why the Windows platform is so neglected.
Slow weekend, reinstalled Visual Studio e refreshed a bit of c#-fu.
Everything smooth so far,
Most third-party Tempest apps and integrations are designed for the personal use by a single Tempest System owner.
To start using the REST or WS API, all you need is an access token. Your app or integration must ensure that the user viewing the station data is the owner of that station by authenticating the user’s account. There are two options for authentication: Oauth or the Personal Access Token.
To create a WeatherFlow login:
Download the Tempest app from the app stores.
- JSON Formatted Data
- API key
- $100 to $1000)
- Open source API
- Solar powered
- $600 – $1300
- REST API and local data access via UDP and BLE
- 65€ – 314€
It’s so much easier, fun flexible and rewarding to just draw gadgets than trying to adapt the android progress bars class
Almost done with the Widget APP for Ambient Weather Stations.
I decided to deploy a separated app just because Android Widgets are a messy nightmare.