Be able to save a location #9

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If a visitor wants to save the weather data for any future use (for an example, historical values), the visitor can hit a link on the weather page. A popup (or something) will then show and let the visitor to tell Serenum how this saved weather data will be held.

  • Number of days, weeks, or months the file will be kept on the server before it will automatically be destroyed. Default value: 14 days.
  • If the saved weather data will be visible for all people who visits that place (for an example, Karlstad, SE).
    • If the weather data will not be visible for all people who visits that place, Serenum will give the visitor a password. This password will let the visitor to gain access to the saved weather data.

The file will be in JSON and will contain everything that Serenum API provides; current weather, forecast, and astronomical data (which will eventually be added).

If a visitor wants to save the weather data for any future use (for an example, historical values), the visitor can hit a link on the weather page. A popup (or something) will then show and let the visitor to tell Serenum how this saved weather data will be held. - Number of days, weeks, or months the file will be kept on the server before it will automatically be destroyed. Default value: 14 days. - If the saved weather data will be visible for all people who visits that place (for an example, `Karlstad, SE`). - If the weather data will not be visible for all people who visits that place, Serenum will give the visitor a password. This password will let the visitor to gain access to the saved weather data. The file will be in JSON and will contain everything that Serenum API provides; current weather, forecast, and astronomical data (which will eventually be added).
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