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Subject:Usage Analysis
Summary:Wunderground weather API tips
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Author:Darren Conyard
Date:2013-01-09 20:33:02
 

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Darren Conyard
2013-01-09 20:33:02
Hi Tom,

I have signed up to wunderground.com and attained the API key needed for the examples. however for the first example I receive the following HTML:

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and a whole page full of HTML like this. I am not sure why but this example is not working.

The other two examples work fine, but I think the main problem area for me is a lack of understanding with the wunderground API. The image and SWF from the other two examples display an image but I do not see any information thats associated with weather, Is there something I am missing here?

Also is this API linked to just weather in the USA?

Any help with this class would be greatly appreciated.

Best Regards

Darren Conyard