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Tropos

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Weather and forecasts for humans. Information you can act on.

Most weather apps throw a lot of information at you but that doesn't answer the question of "What does it feel like outside?". Tropos answers this by relating the current conditions to conditions at the same time yesterday.

Download on the App Store

Setup

Run bin/setup

This will:

  • Install fastlane, swiftlint and xcpretty
  • Install the carthage dependencies
  • Create Secrets.h. TRForecastAPIKey is the only one required for the application to run. You can get a key from https://developer.forecast.io. You should include all keys for production builds.

Testing

Run bin/test

This will run the tests from the command line, and pipe the result through XCPretty.

Contributing

See the CONTRIBUTING document. Thank you, contributors!

Need Help?

We offer 1-on-1 coaching. We can help you with ReactiveCocoa, getting started writing unit tests, converting from Objective-C to Swift, and more. Get in touch.

License

Tropos is Copyright (c) 2019 thoughtbot, inc. It is free software, and may be redistributed under the terms specified in the LICENSE file.

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