An experimental app I've made using this weather API

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After going through HTML / CSS / Javascript tutorials last year had a stab at trying to make a fictional HTML5 app using wind data to affect a scenario. Designed for webkit browsers and intended for iOS.

http://www.simonkinslow.com/tgow/
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kinslowdian

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Posted 5 years ago

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Brendan Hayes, Official Rep

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I LOVE it! I'm going to share this with our graphics department, they are going to think its very cool. I doesn't work on iOS6 though cause of the map, and if this gets popular we should be branded somewhere, but that's just feedback. It looks super, and I love seeing creative ways people use weather in their projects! Its inspiring to see real life data in interesting settings.
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Thanks for the thumbs up! When I was doing initial tests with weather data, yours was the easiest to get working and customise. I was amazed at how much data you actually have, wish I found this API sooner! Will have to look at trying to get the logo in there

Thanks again.
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GEOSoft

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All I get is a prayer window on that link.
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kinslowdian

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Are you using the latest Chrome / Safari? It's only really built for those webkit browsers due to some of the CSS3 properties used.
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GEOSoft

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That would account for it. Using Chrome around here means an immediate suspension and possible dismissal if it's happened before.