Get your weather in your terminal!!! (safely as well)
Get Your Weather In Your Terminal
First off, where have you been???
Ok, our school was finally in person and I had not been in school for a while and thus I had not coded in a fat 4 months. I finally decided to come back but this time I've got more projects in the pipeline.
Why did you make this project??
The goal of this project was to make a safe way to get local weather data, because websites can be annoying such as making us remove ad blockers, and even steal our personal data, which in my opinion is a very big deal.
Therefore, I made it so you input your latitude and longitude (doesn't even need to be exactly yours), and better yet is that none of this data is stored, but in upcoming versions of my console stuff, every bit of data stored will be local, and will be safe for you to use!.
Make city name an option to get weather, less specific but still just as accurate
Add more commands and features that will make switching to a console even worth it in the first place
I don't know why this is overrated. I see that you are using openweathermap's API, and putting in the latitude and longitude of the places. But openweathermap has loads of more functionality, like you can put in the city name rather than the latitude, longitude. I made this a while back with relatively elegant CSS, aswell as metric, imperial and kelvin options, but all I got was 3 upvotes
i am not hating or being bitter or anything, I am just saying you could take this a lot farther than you have done.
For those concerned, here is the repl:
@OldWizard209 you're fine, nothing wrong.
That's a really kewl project, sorry ReplTalk didn't take to it. Oftentimes it just depends on when you post your project if it gets trending quickly because of a few eyes then you get more visibility.
Side Note: Thanks for removing the link to your post. It really wasn't as big a problem as others made it but thanks anyways.
That's a really kewl project
Thanks. And also I really appreciate you for apologizing on behalf of ReplTalk. I completely accept the reality that real hardwork projects don't get recognized and overrated users who post low effort projects get all the recognition. But, I guess thats life. Thanks anyways :)