A great 9 part series for coders with little to no experience in using APIs using jQuery. By the end of the series you will:
- Understand how to call an API using getJSON()
- How to retrieve a user's geo-location
- How to call the Open Weather API while using the user's geo-location
- Basic CSS and HTML
Step 1: Show the Local Weather Project Part 1 : FreeCodeCamp.com
In this first video we go over several basic concepts:
- What data can we get by using the Open Weather API?
- What is and how to use an API key?
- How to make an API call using jQuery?
- How the getJSON() function works?
Step 2: Show the Local Weather Project Part 2: FreeCodeCamp.com
In this 2nd video we will be going over:
- How to get the user's geo-location(longitude and latitude)?
Step 3: Show the Local Weather Project Part 3: FreeCodeCamp.com
In this 3rd video we will show:
- How to concatenate a string?
- How to get the weather information from a user's geo-location?
Step 4: Show the Local Weather Project Part 4: FreeCodeCamp.com
In the 4th video we will:
- Retrieve the local weather temperature in Kelvin.
- Convert Kelvin temperature to Fahrenheit.
- Convert Kelvin temperature to Celsius.
Step 5: Show the Local Weather Project Part 5: FreeCodeCamp.com
In this 5th video we will:
- Be targeting html with jQuery to change the values with our API data.
- Display the city of user from the Open Weather API.
- Display the weather type of the user from the Open Weather API.
- Display the temperature using Open Weather API.
- Display the wind speed using Open Weather API.
Step 6: Show the Local Weather Project Part 6: FreeCodeCamp.com
In this 6th video we will learn:
- How to use jQuery function click()?
- How to toggle between Fahrenheit and Celsius?
Step 7: Show the Local Weather Project Part 7: FreeCodeCamp.com
In this section we will:
- Use BootStrap to center text. unstyle lists, appear to be buttons, etc.
- Add a background image via CSS and start organizing our application.
Step 8: Show the Local Weather Project Part 8: FreeCodeCamp.com
In part 8 we will:
- Truncate our temperature variables using toFixed().
- Display Celsius and Fahrenheit degree using their HTML entity.
Step 9: Show the Local Weather Project Part 9: FreeCodeCamp.com
In part 9 we will:
- Format the wind speed and change into MPH.
- Logic to switch between backgrounds based on what the local temperature is.