Api consumer, JAVA Programming

API consumer

-This application should consume a third party API

-You should use more than just one method of the API, I'd like to see at least 3 or 4

-Have some concept of why you are doing this, I don't need you to be unique or complex, but try to have a purpose

-At least one of your API methods must require authentication, which you must implement.

-Try to properly implement object oriented programming here, even if creating objects does not seem to provide a major benefit.

-Properly parse and display data, please just don't splat it out onto the page.

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