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Android Build a Weather App (2015) Working with JSON Using JSONObject

Freddie Teague
Freddie Teague
13,808 Points

Variables for JSONObject

I am having a little trouble with this challenge. Using the example from the video as we have been building the weather app brought me to where I am now.

I am curious as to what I am doing wrong to cause a compile error.

JSONChallenge.java
// A JSONObject variable named 'jsonData'
// was loaded from the data.json file.
private CurrentDetails getCurrentDetails(String jsonData)  {
  JSONObject details = new JSONObject(jsonData);
  String name = details.getString("name");
  String publisher = details.getString("publisher");
  String language = details.getString("language");
  return CurrentDetails;
}
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

Dan Johnson
Dan Johnson
40,532 Points

You only need to deal with setting the strings to the appropriate data (like you have done), you don't need to define a method.

In the context of this quiz, CurrentDetails does not exist and jsonData is already a JSONObject.