Android Development for Beginners 9

Parse JSON Data with App Inventor This is the first video in a series in which we will make a professional weather app for Android. In this video I will show how to parse JSON Data with App Inventor. I also cover the App Inventor Web component, using Location Sensor, converting JSON data into an App Inventor List and much more.

I pull all the weather data from weather.gov. If you want international weather data I’d use the JSON feed from the Weather Underground. All of the blocks follow the video.

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The activity called to turn on GPS on Android device : android.settings.LOCATION_SOURCE_SETTINGS

Design for the Android Weather App

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App Inventor Weather App Design

Blocks used for the Android Weather App

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App Inventor Weather App Blocks

23 Responses to “Android Development for Beginners 9”

  1. Chiel says:

    Thanks again for this great tutorial!
    I had a problem but I solved it on my own :D. Appereantly some countries get a comma instead of a dot so the url wont work. I changed my mobile languages to english and it worked. The following countries use a comma instead of a dot: Bahase Indonesia, Deutsch (Γ–sterreich), Deutsch (Deutschland), Espanol (Argentina), Francais (France), Dansk, Nederlands (Nederland).

  2. francisco says:

    where is the continue of this secuense tutorial i need to finish but you did not finish

  3. marko says:

    Hi,
    first of all i want to thank you for these excellent tutorials keep up the good work πŸ™‚ And i have one problem when i try to load JSON data i get the following run time error “The operation select list item cannot accept the arguments:……”the rest is data. Thank you again.

  4. Zeev says:

    Greate Greate tuturial! its amazing what you do!

  5. salim says:

    thanks lot it’s a great tutorial. i applied it and i went even more.but i came with some issues. i was doing for FIDS (Flight Information Display System). but i got 100 rows and 5 column. is there any way i can get Large JSON data and arrange them in a table at app inventor. thanks again for your time.
    salim
    salim2k2@gmail.com

  6. Roni Stiawan says:

    How to get feed from http://www.wunderground.com?

  7. Tony says:

    One of the best tutorials I’ve ever watched! Awesome job. thanks a million.

  8. Alec says:

    After you finish this kind of aplication, you can submit them to google play?

  9. Arihant says:

    The best tutorial i have ever seen.Following your all videos

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