FYI: The ArduinoJson library underwent a major interface update and is no longer compatible with the weather library. See: https://github.com/bblanchon/ArduinoJson/wiki/Migrating%20code%20to%20the%20new%20API
For now I just pulled the older version (v3.4).
Hey, I’m fairly new to coding and have no idea how libraries work in Spark. I was wondering if anyone can help me understand how to do the second step of the installation where I have to download and install the Parser library?
PS. I want to do this whole thing project integrated with mine that uses the weather information to light up RBG LEDs to determine weather conditions
@MrNodus, I have used a “parsing” webhook with openweather to do all the work of getting only the forecast data I wanted. I will be publishing the RGBPongClock project I did for the upcoming San Francisco Faire which includes getting a 7day weather forecast and displaying it on a 16x32 RGB Matrix display.
@peekay123, that sounds awesome! But the project I’m trying to do is this flowchart below.
Yeah with webhooks this is going to be a lot nicer. I look forward to see your solution and adapt my code to it.
@Coffee, take a look at the project I am bringing to the San Francisco Maker Faire (later this week!). You’ll find the weather code in there along with a description of the webhook I setup. Hopefully, it will inspire you!