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Android Build a Blog Reader Android App Getting Data from the Web Parsing Data Returned in JSON Format

Adedara Olanrewaju
Adedara Olanrewaju
398 Points

The data in the file 'data.json' has been loaded into a JSONObject named 'jsonData'. Using 'data.json' as your guide, cr

The data in the file 'data.json' has been loaded into a JSONObject named 'jsonData'. Using 'data.json' as your guide, create String variables named 'name', 'publisher', and 'language' and set them to the appropriate values from 'data.json' using the 'jsonData' object.

JSONChallenge.java
// JSONObject 'jsonData' was loaded from data.json
data.json
{
    "name":"Treehouse Book Series",
    "publisher":"Wiley",
    "language":"English",
    "books":[
        {
            "title":"HTML5 Foundations",
            "author":"Matt West",
            "pages":384
        },
        {
            "title":"CSS3 Foundations",
            "author":"Ian Lunn",
            "pages":352
        }
    ]
}

1 Answer

Cindy Lea
PLUS
Cindy Lea
Courses Plus Student 6,485 Points

I dont see where you added the strings they are requesting you add for the challenge. Code should have this:

String name = jsonData.getString("name"); String publisher = jsonData.getString("publisher"); String language = jsonData.getString("language");