Outputting Data to Your Android App's User Interface

Part of Screencast Series: Jumping into Android Lollipop Development

Published February 2016

Display your data

In this video you’ll be building upon previously learned techniques by taking data imported via API and displaying it to the interface. We’ll learn how to get into the API data, get it into a usable format, and then once it is properly formatted, attach that data to the interface to make a usable implementation of the API data that, in this example, you are fetching from the Marvel API.

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Chris Ward

Open Advocate working on Software, Organisations, Books and Games. Loves to highlight the underdog, beer and talking endlessly. I am originally a Londoner but spent seven years in Melbourne, making me a dual British and Australian Citizen. I am now living in Berlin.