Integrating with SDK

The Sensible Weather Javascript SDK is designed to allow you to seamlessly generate Weather Guarantee Quotes from within your client-side code.


The Javascript SDK is authenticated using CORS policies combined with a limited security footprint. The SDK is only permitted to generate quotes, but you will still need to accept the quote within your system's backend by using the Sensible Weather API.

To interact with the Javascript SDK, your app must be able to authorize using our auth API. A partner_id or product_id is provided via shared secure vault. Your CORS domains must also be whitelisted.

Installing the SDK

To begin using the SDK, copy the following into the HTML header of the desired page, and include your provided Partner and Product IDs.

<script src="">
    Sensible.configure("your_partner_id", "your_product_id");

Creating a Quote

In your checkout flow, use the Sensible SDK to create a quote.

const quote = await Sensible.quote.createQuote({
  coverageStartDate: "2024-01-01",
  coverageEndDate: "2024-01-05",
  currency: "usd",
  exposureName: "Example Exposure Name",
  exposureLatitude: 37.77664018315584,
  exposureLongitude: -111.63836828825272,
  exposureTotalCoverageAmount:  10,
  langLocale: "en-us"

The created quote will provide you with all of the information needed to display to your customer under the quoteData namespace.

The quote object also provides suggested plain language to be used when incorporating the quote into your checkout UI. The main namespace includes language suitable for a simple inline item, while the details namespace includes language suitable for either a modal or separate page.

interface Quote {
  quoteData: {
    id: string;
    pricePerDay: number;
    totalPrice: number;
    dailyCoverageStartHour: number;
    dailyCoverageEndHour: number;
    sortedTiers: { hours: number; reimbursementRate: number }[];
    currency: "usd" | "eur" | "gbp";
  main: {
    title: string;
    suggested_price: string;
    body: string;
    action: string;
    open_details: string;
    terms_conditions: string;
    privacy: string;
  details: {
    title: string;
    heading: string;
    body: string;
    step_1_heading: string;
    step_1_body: string;
    step_2_heading: string;
    step_2_body: string;
    step_3_heading: string;
    step_3_body: string;
    summary_heading: string;
    summary_body: string;
    summary_tiers: string[];
    suggested_price: string;
    action: string;
    close: string;
    terms_conditions: string;
    privacy: string;

Example suggested plain language usage


Top image: Embedded component in checkout/purchase page

Bottom image: Popup modal when customers click on "Learn more" in the embedded component

Accepting a Quote

Once your customer has selected a quote created by the Sensible Weather SDK, you will be able to complete the process of Accepting the quote using the Sensible Weather API within your backend. To do so, follow the steps in the Integrating with API guide, passing the ID value from the SDK generated quote.