is it possible to add to the forcast module an graphic forcast? Like on the homepage of openweathermap.org.
I have seen this at a Blog. It looks very good, but I don´t know how to implement this to MM2.
A location based night sky background for MagicMirror
Using the SkyView APP(a location based augmented view of the night sky with stars and satellites) i was wondering how this could be made possible for MagicMirror.
The idea is to make use of the MagicMirror’s black background with a layer of stars that are changing during the day depending on your location.
The old way (time based):
The new way (location based):
For example a nice looking Ref6.
A few more examples of MagicMirror with use of online sky maps*: Example1 using the map of Ref1. Example2 using the map of Ref4. & Ref5. Example3 using the map of Ref2. Example4 using the map of Ref6.
I’m sharing this to make this idea available using a module.
I have not started this yet, as I have been sick with pollen…
However, when I investigated the size of a project like this, I saw that it should not be that complex to implement this as a plugin. I will start sometime after the summer I think.
I have created a first draft/concept of this, if you want to experiment. 🙂
You then need to implement the function `processResponse’, and maybe something more, IDK.
@Pfannerfranz It’s definitely possible. Just copy the compliments module into a new folder (outside of the default folder, and give it a new name (rename the folder, rename the .js file, and rename the module inside the .js file). You can now modify that module any way you want.
By the way: welcome the community. Looking forward to your contributions.
Hello Programmers… I am looking for someone to take a look at Vivify Scrim. This is an Agile tool for planning and working with tasks etc. I am sure anyone in the IT field knows what I’m talking about.
I would like to have a module that would display our current scrum cycle. There is an API so if someone would like to take a stab at it, I would be grateful.
At some point, we were all bad developers. You have to start somewhere. Don’t be scared about it, just dive in. There are plenty of resources online that can help you, and there are several folks on here who can also give you a hand. Don’t underestimate yourself.