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Updated 31 May 2023
To implement Wikipedia search in an Android app, you can use the Wikipedia API to fetch search results and display them in your app.
Check the Wikipedia rest API which we are going to use to get search results from Wikipedia.
You have to pass your search keyword at the place of <SEARCH_TERM>
Create a data class to represent the search results:For example :
Create a data class to represent the search response:Like-
Create an interface to define the Wikipedia REST API endpoints:
In this example, we’re using the search endpoint to fetch search results for the user’s input.
In your activity or fragment, initialize the Retrofit client and create a service instance:
In the search buttons OnClickListener, make a call to the Wikipedia API to fetch search results:For example:
Process the search results returned by the API call and display them in your UI. You can use a RecyclerView to display the search results as a list.
To display the result we use RecyclerView and bottom sheet.Like:
In the below image, you can check the JSON response of Wikipedia rest Api for the keyword “Test”
In this blog, we have checked how we can show Wikipedia search results in our Android app.Hope, it will help you.
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