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WordPress How to Build a WordPress Plugin Connecting WordPress Plugins with 3rd Party APIs Parsing JSON Code Challenge: Part 1

Now you have the profile data from your JSON feed in the $my_plugin_profile variable (see example in the comment). Echo

how to solve this


//  {
//    "name":"Username",
//    "profile_name":"profile_username",
//    "profile_url":"http://myapi.net/profile_username"
//  }

echo $my_plugin_profile{"name"};

2 Answers

To access the "name" property of the object stored in $my_plugin_profile you need to use the object operator -> and tell it what you want, like this:

echo $my_plugin_profile->name;

This is what i used and it worked: <?php echo $my_plugin_profile->{"name"}; ?>