You application can do much more than echo data from our APIs. These tutorials should help explain the background behind our APIs as well as the agronomic science they open up. The more context you understand, the better your app can be. And along the way, our technologists and scientists are happy to answer questions so you can build better value for your customers, so feel free to ask questions in the community along the way!

Introduction to RESTful APIs

aWhere's API platform is built as REST-based web services. Any application or programming language that connects to and interact with the wider Internet can easily integrate our data. This tutorial describes how you can integrate your APIs into your application. | Read More

Introduction to Growing Degree-Days (GDDs)

Growing Degree-Days are a standard metric for ambient heat critical to plant growth. Many farming decisions can be driven from the estimate of accumulated GDDs, and this is a simple way to quickly add insight for your customers. | Read More

Introduction to Potential Evapotranspiration (PET)

While not commonly known, Potential Evapotranspiration is an advanced metric in agronomy that can drive some powerful insights especially around irrigation decisions. | Read More

Distributing Weather and Agronomic Information Using ICT

If your organization seeks to help farmers increase productivity and profitability while strengthening your own business, distributing weather and agronomic information is an effective way to achieve these goals. This is a quick guide on the steps to define, build, and deploy a weather and agronomic information system for ICT. | Read More