Its my first attempt at developing a mobile app. I am using the salesforcemobile sdk and the sample app Contact Explorer within the sdk.

I am trying to get the latest feeds of the current user.

I am able to build the url and pass it out, the question i do have is how would i parse the response object.

function onSuccessSfdcChatter(response) {
var $j = jQuery.noConflict();
cordova.require("salesforce/util/logger").logToConsole("onSuccessSfdcChatter: received " + response.totalSize + " chatter");

var ul = $j('<ul data-role="listview" data-inset="true" data-theme="a" data-dividertheme="a"></ul>');

ul.append($j('<li data-role="list-divider">Salesforce Chatter: ' + response.totalSize + '</li>'));
$j.each(response.records, function(i, contact) {
       var newLi = $j("<li><a href='#'>" + (i+1) + " - " + contact.name + "</a></li>");

$j("#div_sfdc_chatter_list").trigger( "create" )

While looping through the response object, $j.each(response.records, function(i, contact) { I am not sure what is that i need to have instead of contact. When the response object returns a contact object i can loop through like i have it now. But when the response returns a feed Item page, how do i loop through to get the latest feed items



They key here is that the Chatter Feed-Items is returned as an Array (assuming you are accessing any /vxx.0/chatter/feeds/record/xx/feed-items endpoint. The JSON to array handling is done by the Mobile SDK for you. You should then parse it as a regular array (records based on the @items key) received in the response.

Here's an example of how to do it in a native app built using the force.com iOS SDK

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