Parsing JSON with PODO | Flutter

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lets talk about JSON parsing in flutter

It is really confusing for beginners to understand how to parse JSON data.

Let’s Start with a example

Suppose I want to access the articles list but the articles has many attributes .

So How we are going to do that?

first of all we have to create a PODO (Plain Old Dart Object) for a particular article.

To access source in article we also have to create a PODO for source.

now make the network request

link= "";
var res = await http
.get(Uri.encodeFull(link), headers: {"Accept": "application/json"});

To get the list of articles

if (res.statusCode == 200) {
  var data = json.decode(res.body);
//access the articles as List
var rest = data["articles"] as List;
  list =<Article>((json) => Article.fromJson(json)).toList();

Complete method.

Complete code .

final app will look like this.

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