Devhammer's Den

Dec 7, 2012

Friday App Shout-out: Rumble Radar

Welcome to another edition of the Friday App Shout-out. I found out about this week's app at last Saturday's CMAP Code Camp,which was great fun. If you've never been to a code camp, you owe it to yourself to get to one. Anyway, here's the app:

Rumble Radar

This week's app, Rumble Radar, comes from Mid-Atlantic developer Roberto Hernandez, and it's a great example of leveraging freely-available government data to create a compelling app.

Roberto has a blog post on the app here.


Rumble Radar makes use of data from the US Geological Survey, and displays information about recent earthquakes around the world.

Go check it out!

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