This compact syntax reference covers syntax and parameters central to JSON object definitions. You’ll learn the syntax used in the JSON object definition language, logically organized by topical chapters, and getting more advanced as chapters progress, covering structures and file formats which are best for use with HTML5. Furthermore, the JSON Quick Syntax Reference includes the key factors regarding the data footprint optimization work process, the in-lining of CSS and JS files, and why a data footprint optimization work process is important. What You'll Learn • Use the object definition syntax supported in JSON• Define a JSON content production workflow• Gain an understanding of the concepts and principles behind JSON object definitions• Use JSON code snippets and apply them in your web applications• Utilize the NetBeans, Android Studio, and Eclipse IDEs for your JSON coding Who This Book Is For Web developers, Android application developers, and user interface designers.
JSON is becoming the backbone for meaningful data interchange over the internet. This format is now supported by an entire ecosystem of standards, tools, and technologies for building truly elegant, useful, and efficient applications. With this hands-on guide, author and architect Tom Marrs shows you how to build enterprise-class applications and services by leveraging JSON tooling and message/document design. JSON at Work provides application architects and developers with guidelines, best practices, and use cases, along with lots of real-world examples and code samples. You’ll start with a comprehensive JSON overview, explore the JSON ecosystem, and then dive into JSON’s use in the enterprise. Get acquainted with JSON basics and learn how to model JSON data Learn how to use JSON with Node.js, Ruby on Rails, and Java Structure JSON documents with JSON Schema to design and test APIs Search the contents of JSON documents with JSON Search tools Convert JSON documents to other data formats with JSON Transform tools Compare JSON-based hypermedia formats, including HAL and jsonapi Leverage MongoDB to store and access JSON documents Use Apache Kafka to exchange JSON-based messages between services
Author: Joel Recinos
Release Date: 2018-03-20
"Json.NET Declassified" is a must-have book if your .NET applications communicate over the internet. Sooner or later, all web developers will have to work with JSON data. When that time comes, most C# programmers turn to Json.NET, the most popular .NET library for parsing JSON data. Json.NET is a robust library with many useful features, spread across an abundance of classes. Most developers use only a fraction of Json.NET's powerful capabilities. If you are already familiar with C#, then you can quickly master Json.NET for your Visual Studio (and Visual Studio Code) applications using the techniques contained in this book. Simple code samples are used to illustrate each concept. "Json.NET Declassified" guides you step-by-step, from the beginning, learning the basic concepts before tackling more advanced features. Written by a poor, country, computer programmer from Long Beach, California, "Json.NET Declassified" is the culmination of many years spent developing .NET e-commerce applications.
Author: Ben Smith
Release Date: 2015-02-27
Author: ICode Academy
Publisher: Independently Published
Release Date: 2017-08-24
Author: Anthony T. Holdener III
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Release Date: 2008-01-25
Author: Peter A. Carter
Release Date: 2018-08-23
Deliver advanced functionality faster and cheaper by exploiting SQL Server's ever-growing amount of built-in support for modern data formats. Learn about the growing support within SQL Server for operations and data transformations that have previously required third-party software and all the associated licensing and development costs. Benefit through a better understanding of what can be done inside the database engine with no additional costs or development time invested in outside software. Widely used types such as JSON and XML are well-supported by the database engine. The same is true of hierarchical data and even temporal data. Knowledge of these advanced types is crucial to unleashing the full power that's available from your organization's SQL Server database investment. SQL Server Advanced Data Types explores each of the complex data types supplied within SQL Server. Common usage scenarios for each complex data type are discussed, followed by a detailed discussion on how to work with each data type. Each chapter demystifies the complex data and you learn how to use the data types most efficiently. The book offers a practical guide to working with complex data, using real-world examples to demonstrate how each data type can be leveraged. Performance considerations are also discussed, including the implementation of special indexes such as XML indexes and spatial indexes. What You'll Learn Understand the implementation of basic data types and why using the correct type is so important Work with XML data through the XML data type Construct XML data from relational result sets Store and manipulate JSON data using the JSON data type Model and analyze spatial data for geographic information systems Define hierarchies and query them efficiently through the HierarchyID type Who This Book Is For SQL Server developers and application developers who need to store and access complex data structures