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    Node Js Weather App

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    Node Js Weather App is a simple module for obtaining weather information.

    Use as a CLI Tool

    Prerequisite

    You need to have NodeJS installed in your machine.

    Add to CLI

    • Clone the repository.
    • Go to the repository folder and run the following command in your terminal:
    npm link
    

    Usage

    Now you can just run the following in terminal:

    weather
    

    By default you'll get current weather of Dhaka City.

    If you want to get weather of a different city, run:

    weather -c CITY_NAME
    

    Use as a Library

    Installation

    npm install nodejs-weather-app
    

    Usage

    This library exposes two methods:

    • getWeather, which will return a Promise
    • printWeather, which will show the output as a readable message

    For example, you can use the library like this:

    var nodejsWeatherApp = require('nodejs-weather-app');
     
    nodejsWeatherApp.getWeather().then(val => {
        nodejsWeatherApp.printWeather(val);
    });

    If you don't specify any city and run the code, you will get Dhaka city temperature.

    Output :

    Current Temperature in Dhaka is 24.6°C
    

    If you want to get specific city temperature, then pass the city name as a parameter of getWeather method:

    var nodejsWeatherApp = require('nodejs-weather-app');
     
    nodejsWeatherApp.getWeather('New York').then(val => {
        nodejsWeatherApp.printWeather(val);
    });

    Output :

    Current Temperature in New York is 7.82°C
    

    Basically, when the getWeather Promise will be resolved it will give a detailed weather object. So, you can easily modify it if necessary.

    Like following:

    var nodejsWeatherApp = require('nodejs-weather-app');
     
    nodejsWeatherApp.getWeather().then(val => {
        printWeather(val);
    });
     
    function printWeather(weather) {
        let message = `Temperature in ${weather.name} is ${weather.main.temp}°C`;
     
        console.log(message);
    }

    If you want to see the full weather object, try this:

    function printWeather(weather) {
        console.log(weather);
    }

    Output :

    {
      "coord": {
        "lon": 85.17,
        "lat": 26.67
      },
      "weather": [
        {
          "id": 803,
          "main": "Clouds",
          "description": "broken clouds",
          "icon": "04n"
        }
      ],
      "base": "stations",
      "main": {
        "temp": 20.73,
        "pressure": 1016.99,
        "humidity": 92,
        "temp_min": 20.73,
        "temp_max": 20.73,
        "sea_level": 1023.25,
        "grnd_level": 1016.99
      },
      "wind": {
        "speed": 4.26,
        "deg": 98.5038
      },
      "clouds": {
        "all": 68
      },
      "dt": 1525197016,
      "sys": {
        "message": 0.002,
        "country": "IN",
        "sunrise": 1525131665,
        "sunset": 1525179120
      },
      "id": 1273043,
      "name": "Dhaka",
      "cod": 200
    }
    

    License

    Node Js Weather App is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license

    Install

    npm i nodejs-weather-app

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    Version

    1.9.0

    License

    MIT

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