All About JSON (aka JavaScript Object Notation) |

by kirupa | 14 September 2015

When it comes to storing, retrieving, or transmitting data, there are a bunch of file formats and data structues that you can use. You've probably used text files, Word documents, Excel spreadsheets, zip files, and so on to deal with the various kinds of data you handle. On the web development front, there is one format that reigns supreme over all others. It runs faster. It jumps higher. It has a shinier (and furrier) coat of fur. That format is known as JSON - short for JavaScript Object Notation.

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