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Example solution that demonstrates the use of the EDK npm package to integrate with BOM API and historic data sets.


The solution can be built using the following command edk build.


The project will involve creating an application containing an Weather plugin. Use of this plugin requires manually defining the following Environment values with respect to each other:

Adding application#

The whole application can be added with the following command edk add plugin --name "Application" --def_dir src/plugin. The plugin, a SuperUser and related environment variables are added as:

import * as ELARA from "@elaraai/edk/lib"
import { ApplicationPlugin, WeatherPlugin, Const, EnvironmentVariable, Poll, SuperUser } from "@elaraai/edk/lib"
export default ELARA.Schema(    ApplicationPlugin({        name: "Weather Plugin",        schemas: {            "Weather" : WeatherPlugin({                poll: Poll({ value: 1, unit: 'day' }),            })        },        users: [            SuperUser({                email: '',                name: 'Admin',                password: Const('admin'),            })        ],        environments: [            EnvironmentVariable({ name: 'WEATHER_GEOHASH' }),            EnvironmentVariable({ name: 'WEATHER_NAME' }),            EnvironmentVariable({ name: 'WEATHER_STATE' }),        ]    }))


General reference documentation for EDK usage is available in the following links:

  • EDK CLI: detailed CLI usage reference and examples
  • EDK API: programmatic api for the cli functionality