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PHP Yahoo Weather Class: Retrieve information from Yahoo weather RSS feeds

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2006-12-23 (9 years ago) RSS 2.0 feedStarStarStarStar 77%Total: 6,921 All time: 270 This week: 916Down
Version License PHP version Categories
class-yahoo-weather 1.0.0Freeware3Web services, Weather
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This class can be used to retrieve and parse the information from Yahoo weather RSS feeds.

It retrieves the weather RSS feed of a given location in the world and extracts details like location name, sunrise and sunset time, current weather and the weather forecast for the next days.

The class may cache the retrieved information in a local file for a given period to avoid fetching the same information repeatedly.

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File Role Description
HTML file documentation.htm Doc. documentation.htm - DOCU V2.0
Plain text file weather.test.php Example weather.test.php - Test Script/Sample V2.0
Plain text file class.xml.parser.php Class class.xml.parser.php (Required)
Plain text file class.weather.php Class class.weather.php - The Class V2.0

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first : thx for this cool class!!!! in the example is a mist...
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