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Consume (access) data via WEB API

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Hi Experts,
I have written a basic WEB API that connects to a SQL table. When I test this, JSON data is returned.
My next step is to populate a list view in a mobile environment.
I am attaching the html code that shows what I have at the moment. This code shows the basic layout and list view. I am very new at this and need help or link to tutorial that will show me:
a. How to call the web api from this code (also where to place the calling code)
b. How to populate the list view.
I am using Intel XDK as my mobile development platform.
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I've actually been writing an internal statistics app which includes exactly the functionality you are describing.  Check out NYSS Bluebird Analytics (refactor branch).  I'd be happy to answer any questions you have.  This is for a standard desktop platform, but it should easy enough to migrate to your environment.
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