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JSON Quick Syntax Reference by Wallace Jackson

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© Wallace Jackson 2016

Wallace Jackson, JSON Quick Syntax Reference, 10.1007/978-1-4842-1863-1_2

2. An Introduction to JSON: Concepts and Terminology

Wallace Jackson

(1)Lompoc, California, USA

Now that you have had an overview of the integrated development environment (IDE) you use to work with JSON and compatible OOP languages—the most common of which is Oracle NetBeans 8.1 for Java, JavaFX, and HTML5 development—this chapter takes a high-level look at what defines JSON, including the concepts behind it, advantages of using JSON, terms used to describe it, and the various rules that dictate its data-object definition design approach. JSON is well on its way to replacing XML as a definition format, at least where object-oriented data is concerned. ...

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