Weather App in SharePoint

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I know that the MSN Weather API is discontinued. I'm trying to understand how the Weather Tile in Sharepoint works ?

 

Is there a way we can mimic the same using js ?

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@PrabuElumalai The SP Starter Kit has a weather web part. It uses the yahoo weather api, but you could substitute any api that gives the needed return data.  You can find the source code at https://github.com/pnp/sp-starter-kit/tree/master/solution/src/webparts/weatherInformation