This is good idea. Anything below 50% should be rendered really almost invisibly
All the windseekers who use Windy
Plugin developers, stay alert. We are refactoring Windy.com client codes to typescript!
Dear Windy.com plugin developer
During this process, it is possible that, that some part of Windy Plugin API will be changed.
In order to enable smooth transition to this new version of API we need some cooperation from you:
1) Please publish your plugin source codes to GitHub (the address of github repo is part of package.json). We would like to see how you use Windy.com plugin API, or help you later on to make transition. It could also help us to design new Windy.com plugin API.
2) If you actively maintain your Windy.com plugin, just drop the line below in this thread, so we could see, that we can count on you.
Remember, that you do not need to know or learn typescript. We plan to change just plugin API.
Windy.com introduces Apple Watch app
Windy.com has already more than 8 developers and I, personally, should be just doing CEO job. But I could not resist the temptation. Few month ago, I have learned SwiftUI, and personally programmed Windy.com app for Apple Watch (not bad for being 47y old Internet veteran).
I have put there goodies, that should be on your wrist:
- Compass with forecast wind rose
- METARs, with super handy "notify me on update" button
As soon as we will see some first user feedback @SimonUrbanek (who overtook my iOS programming job) is willing put more functionality to it.
So enjoy Windy.com on Apple Watch and let us know how do you like it.
A note for Android users:
As much as I try hard, I do not know, or see, anyone wearing Android watch. A lot of my friends have some kind of sport tracking (Gramin, Coros etc) smart watch. But not a single Android watch out there.