Niagara Beaches is a utility for getting status reports on beaches in the Niagara Region. The utility returns the latest status updates from the beach monitoring service.
Install Niagara Beaches locally in your program directory.
npm install niagara-beaches
You can then require Niagara Beaches. It returns an object literal. The get function takes a callback as a parameter. You can use the callback to parse the returned beach data when it has been retrieved.
var beaches = ;beaches;
Install Niagara Beaches globally to use the command line interface.
npm install niagara-beaches -g
You can then run the command
niagara-beaches from your command line to return the status
report for each beach in Niagara. The report includes the age of the data.
An example excerpt from running this command is:
Long Beach is closed due to E. Coli (21 hours ago).
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