JSONKit has become one of the most popular JSON parsing frameworks in iOS development due to it’s ease of use on iOS devices and I think everyone looking to use JSONKit wants a practical JSONKit example. Recently I have seen quite a few searches on this site for a JSONKit tutorial, and although tutorials have been featured using JSONKit. This is the first providing a guide for beginners specifically on JSONKit.
While the JSONKit developers provide good documentation, it’s always good to learn from example and I found an easy quick tutorial demonstrating how to communicate with the Rotten Tomatoes API, and download and display the returned JSON data in a readable format.
Here’s a video demonstrating the project from the tutorial in action:
You can find the tutorial by 14 Oranges on their website along with a downloadable sample project here:
How To Use JSONKit And Rotten Tomatoes
If you want to run the example you will need to get a key for the Rotten Tomatoes API.
You can find the Github for JSONKit JSON parser library here:
It’s always good to learn by example and this should get you started with using JSONKit.
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