Read the statement by Michael Teeuw here.
MMM-RAIN-MAP (new: version 2.x)
- Displays Rainviewer.com radar layers on OpenStreetMap
- Every 10 minutes a new weather snapshot is published
- The snapshots of the last 2 hours are available, which show the weather events of the past
- Additionally 3 layers are displayed as forecast of the next 30 minutes
- Option to place multiple markers on map
- Option for multiple, alternating map positions
- Option to only show in current rainy weather conditions. Works only together with weather or MMM-OpenWeatherForecast as dependency.
- (Experimental) Option to hide other modules in case of rain in favor to get more space.
Installation and usage instructions are in the project’s README.md.
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is it possible to use some kind of other map distributor like openmap, so you don’t need to pay for the API Key?
@rxlDavid I am working on OpenStreetMap support. A first draft version is already working. I’ll release it by the end of the week.
@rxlDavid Who needs to pay for the api key?
@Jalibu Awsome! I‘ll give it a try in the next days!
I think I’m too stupid to get an API key. Are there any instructions in German or can someone help me?
Thanks a lot
Ok, i think i have a Key… But i see errors…
Have i a wrong Key ?
And i see error on the google Page…
I don´t understand it… Why the Limit is 1 ?
Just wait for the OpenStreetMap support.
Here is a beta branch: https://github.com/jalibu/MMM-RAIN-MAP/tree/feature/OSM
OpenStreetMap support is pushed to master. Please give me feedback, as I did not have the time for
On my Raspberry Pi I currently have problems with the script when it runs over a longer period of time. I think it causes memory problems and the systems hangs. Does anybody have similar problems?
@Jalibu Yes, I can confirm the memory problems. The module consumes rather quickly a lot of memory and after about 3 hrs the RPi freezes.