minute-by-minute (max. 60 min), hour-by-hour (48 or 168 hours) and day-by-day (max. one week) forecasts
weather alerts in the US, Canada, European Union member nations, and Israel
39 different languages (and the possibility to contribute more translations)
I finally ported my work to OH2 and got it working again. At least with latest snapshot version (2.5.0 Build 1552). I will not provide support for OH2 release version 2.4.0. A test version is linked in GitHub. I will upload it to Eclipse Marketplace later.
The binding is nearly similar to the OpenWeatherMap binding. I need to adopt some more parts of the code to the latest version. It currently provides some features which will be removed before it will enter the OH2 Add-ons repository (e.g. sunrise and sunset trigger).
The API supports weather alerts which currently should be available in the USA, Canada, European Union member nations, and Israel. I could not manage to receive an alert even if one of their sources is DWD. It will be very much appreciated if someone can send me valid responses. Thanks.
I am afraid it will not be possible. AFAIK the weather1 binding provides a WebServlet which handles the widget feature including replacement of placeholders and so on. I am not sure if such thing is possible with OH2 resources.
First of all thx for the great work your doing. Just found your binding during search for a wunderground alternative. Very happy that as an ex-wunderground user i dont have to change a lot so it works (regarding to items). But i encountered a problem: Formatting “current#precip-probability” (in this case %.1f) doesn’t work - also i saw via Rest-api that the item is set as “readonly=true” (all others not), maybe this is the reason why? A other thing is like you describe on github station id, name and location: do they exist? For me they don’t work (from where do they come? The json of darksky as far is i saw does not provide this). And last question: Are things like “apparentTemperature or dewpoint” accessible? they appear in the json but are not on your list/not working for me with this name. If not would it be possible to add them?
I installed the binding (220.127.116.11904040158) on OH S1566, but when trying to create a managed Thing, there is nothing to select (no errors). [Edit… I can’t explain why, but I looked again, and they showed up! Something took a while.]
After setting this up, I’m wondering why the minimum refresh interval is 10 minutes. If the binding is only making one API call, we should be able to use 2 minutes as the minimum and still use a free API key. But if I have a paid account, why not let me set it even more frequently?
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