embeds our hurricane-tracking map

The Palm Beach Post has begun embedding Stormpulse’s tracking map on their own hurricane site, Storm2008.

We are very happy to be able to take a step forward in getting our tracking map in front of a larger audience, and the Post is happy to receive a major upgrade to their storm mapping displays. This enhancement also coincides with what is turning out to be an active July, with Tropical Depression Three forming as I write this.

The Palm Beach Post is the first, but hopefully not the last, place where our embeddable map should surface. Anyone interested in embedding the map on their own site, using a simple JavaScript tag, is welcome to reach out to us via this blog or our email address (stormpulse at gmail dot com). We look forward to hearing from you.


7 comments so far

  1. […] API users Posted August 26, 2010 Filed under: api, mapping, release, startup | Since introducing the Stormpulse API in July 2008, our tracking map has been embedded in over 1,000 websites and viewed tens of millions of times. […]

  2. Matthew on

    @Mathilde: I was thinking of creating a page like that. Here we go:

  3. Mathilde Piard on

    Hey Matt, any chance you could add a blog post with all the other papers that have started to use Storm Pulse? Just curious, thx.

  4. […] ui, weather | This morning we rolled out a buoys feature that we were forced to remove before our initial launch but have been able to bring back (just in time for a new hurricane?). The dataset is sourced from […]

  5. […] anyone with webmaster privileges (really, the ability to place a tag on a page) the ability to embed custom hurricane tracking maps on their own web […]

  6. […] news is that anyone interested in embedding their tracking map on your own site can now do so. Check out the Stormpulse blog for details. addthis_url = […]

  7. William M. Hartnett on

    I wouldn’t mind seeing Stormpulse embedded on a certain Palm Beach County real estate and neighborhood site I know of! And I’d like to drop it on my personal site, too.

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