What is an API?
API stands for Application Programming Interface, and allows programmers to easily develop programs and applications that communicate with weather stations at AmbientWeather.net.
RESTful And Real-Time APIs:
Developers, retrieve your own real-time and historical personal weather station JSON formatted data, or build 3rd party apps and get data from multiple devices.
- JSON Formatted Data
- Secure Data Retrieval
- Community Support
Full API Reference:
- API Docs
Facebook API Group:.
Join the private Ambient Weather API User’s Group, and ask questions and get answers from other programmers familiar with the Ambient Weather Network API – more info
What is an API key?
The API key acts as both a unique identifier and a secure, secret token for authentication.
There are two types of API keys:
- Developers: An Application Key is required for each application that you develop. To create a device key, login to your account at AmbientWeather.net and visit: AmbientWeather.net Account Settings.
- Users: A Device Key is required to connect your weather station to the application created by the developer. To create a device key, login to your account at AmbientWeather.net and visit: AmbientWeather.net Account Settings.
Apps Developed with the API:
To view apps developed using the AmbientWeather.net APIs, visit: