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iOS Build a Weather App with Swift (Retired) Pulling Data From the Web Making a Network Call

Im getting an error saying "Use of unresolved identifier 'forecastUrl".

This is a copy of my code:

let baseUrl = NSURL(string:"https://api.forecast.io/forecast/\(apiKey)/")
let forecastUrl = NSURL(string: "26.361857,-80.071547", relativeToURL: baseUrl)
let weatherData = NSData(contentsOfURL: forecastURL!, options: nil, error: nil)
println(weatherData)

1 Answer

Daniel Johnson
Daniel Johnson
104,132 Points

You're doing good! Just make sure you keep the capitalization of your variables consistent. I would use URL instead of Url...

let baseURL = NSURL(string:"https://api.forecast.io/forecast/\(apiKey)/")
let forecastURL = NSURL(string:"26.361857,-80.071547", relativeToURL: baseURL)
let weatherData = NSData(contentsOfURL:forecastURL!, options:nil, error:nil)
println(weatherData)