Know You Whether

This is a simple weather application created using React. It provides real-time weather information for a given location.


  • Fetches weather data from a weather API
  • Displays current weather conditions including temperature, humidity, wind speed, and description
  • Allows users to search for weather information by location
  • Supports both metric and imperial units of measurement

Technologies Used

  • React : A JavaScript library for building user interfaces

  • Axios : A promise-based HTTP client for making API requests

  • Bootstrap : A CSS framework for building responsive and mobile-first websites

  • OpenWeather API : Provides weather data and forecasts for various locations

  • Material UI: A CSS framework for building responsive and mobile-first websites

  • I18next : i18next is an internationalization-framework written in and for JavaScript

  • Gsap : A robust JavaScript toolset for animation.

  • Antd : An enterprise-class UI design language and React UI library.

  • React-icons: Include popular icons in React projects

  • react-player : A React component for playing a variety of URLs, including file paths, YouTube, Facebook, Twitch, SoundCloud, Streamable, Vimeo, Wistia and DailyMotion


To run the Weather App locally, follow these steps:

  • Clone the repository: git clone

  • Navigate to the project directory: cd weather-app

  • Install the dependencies: npm install

  • Obtain an API key from OpenWeather API by signing up at

  • Create a .env file in the project root directory and add your API key: REACT_APP_API_KEY=your-api-key

  • Start the development server: npm start

  • Open a web browser and visit http://localhost:3000


The application uses environment variables to store the API key and other configuration settings. These variables are defined in the .env file.

REACT_APP_API_KEY = Your API key obtained from OpenWeather API


REACT_APP_URL = The base URL for the weather API


  • Upon opening the application, the user is presented with the current weather conditions for their current location.

  • The user can search for weather information by entering a location in the search bar and pressing Enter or clicking the search button.

  • The application fetches the weather data from the API and displays the current conditions.

  • The user can toggle between Celsius and Fahrenheit units using the unit switcher button.

Live-Preview – Live

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Contributions to the Weather App are welcome! If you find a bug or want to add a new feature, please open an issue or submit a pull request.


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