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⚠️ Further development of NearbyWeather has turned private. 
⚠️ This repo is no longer accepting contributions and will not get updated. 
⚠️ You may use all code contained therein in compliance with the MIT license.

NearbyWeather for iOS

NearbyWeather – OpenWeatherMap Client

About the AppMission of this ProjectHow to Get StartedLicensing


Swift Contributors License: MIT

Download on the App Store

NearbyWeather Screenshots

About the App

ℹ️ By using the app you automatically agree to the privacy policy and the terms of use.

NearbyWeather is a simple weather app, that provides current weather information for nearby cities, as well for bookmarked locations. NearbyWeather uses the OpenWeatherMap API to download weather data. Additionally the OpenWeatherMaps location database is directly bootstrapped into the app for quick access.

With NearbyWeather you can:

  • See current weather information for bookmarked and nearby places via a list and a map view
  • See the current temperature on your app icon
  • Detailed weather information is offered in addition to the overviews
  • Add places as bookmarks via OpenWeatherMaps weather-station data base
  • Choose your preferred units (celsius/fahrenheit/kelvin & kilometres/miles)
  • Access previously loaded data offline
❗️Please note that you need to supply your own OpenWeatherMap API key, in order to use the app.

Mission of this Project

NearbyWeather was created to help you as a reference for developing your skills. The app is kept up to date with the latest best practices in mobile app development. Find out how how modern iOS apps are engineered:

Area Concepts Status
Language Swift (latest release)
Additional Languages Objective-C, JavaScript
Architecture MVC+Coordinator (RxFlow)
Dependencies Singletons
Data Persistence Files on Disk
Networking Alamofire
Asset Management R.Swift
Code Quality SwiftLint
Analytics and Reporting Google Firebase
Library Management CocoaPods
Bootsrapped Bundle Data Node.js Scripts
Deployment Fastlane
Testing and Quality Assurance Unit Tests and UI Tests 🅾️

How to Get Started

  1. Install the latest version of Xcode from the Mac AppStore
  2. Install the latest Xcode command line tools
    xcode-select --install
    
  3. Install CocoaPods to your machine
  4. Install fastlane to your machine
  5. Install SwiftLint to your machine
  6. Fork the project and clone it to your local machine
  7. Configure signing via fastlane match to use your personal certificates
  8. Run pod install to be able to build locally

Licensing

Copyright © 2016 – 2022 Erik Maximilian Martens.

Licensed under the MIT License (the “License”); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.

You may obtain a copy of the License at https://opensource.org/licenses/MIT.

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an “AS IS” BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the LICENSE for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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