Project Overview1:26 with Andrew Chalkley
In this final section you’re going to lean on all the things you’ve learned so far by creating a weather command line application.
In the video, the following APIs are recommended:
Unfortunately, since this video was recorded, Weather Underground has ceased providing developers free access to their API. Given that, you'll need to use the OpenWeatherMap API (or another weather API) if you're following along.
The code shown throughout this stage was written specifically with the Weather Underground API in mind. See the Teacher's Notes for code that works with the OpenWeatherMap API.
Please note: API keys can take approximately 10 minutes to be activated. So, if your API requests fail due to an invalid key, make sure that you've waited the appropriate amount of time for them to be activated.
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