Fetching A Particular data from a api call

Fetching A Particular data from a api call

my js code is

my js code is

    <script>       
    fetch('https://api.binance.com/api/v1/trades?symbol=BTCUSDT')
   .then(resi => resi.json())
   .then(data =>(console.log(data)));
    resi.send();
    </script>

and from its response one is the below one :

[0 … 99]

0:

id: 96874552

isBestMatch: true

isBuyerMaker: true

price: "3584.58000000"

qty: "0.00293100"

time: 1548506554914

proto: Object

and i have 100s of result like this. but can i only get qty or price from this and store each in to a variable using arrays?

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