@JuliaKempf many thanks for the explanation.
It was getting clearer until I got to this point as below:
“you could trigger it with a [Device: State Trigger Node]. Then, data will come into your weather workflow when the device state is updated. When the workflow is triggered, the payload will include all of the data that was reported with the device state, which would include the GPS location of the device. Then, in your HTTP Node, you would point to the location on the payload that the GPS location is stored, and use it as a variable at the end of the URL:”
I am sure once the api is inserted into the http block, this begins to fetch the weather conditions of the coordinate it points to.
But how to make the coordinates dynamic using a variable that changes is what I have not been able to understand, such that I use a variable instead of a fixed value and point to the variable, as the variable changes, cordinates get updated and the weather conditions get updated as well.
I would be glad if you could use simple example real time to illustrate or rather still show me the code.
Your feedback would be appreciated.