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Rabu, 28 September 2016

The JSON format is one of the most popular formats to transfer and exchange data in web. Almost all RESTful web services take JSON input and provide JSON output but unfortunately JDK doesn't have built-in support for one of the most common web standard like JSON. As a Java developer if you want to develop RESTful web service and produce JSON data or if you are developing a client to an existing RESTFul web services and want to consume JSON response, you don't need to be disappointed. Fortunately, there are so many open source libraries and API available for creating, parsing and processing JSON response in Java e.g. Jackson, Google GSon, json-simple etc.
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Senin, 11 Februari 2013

JSON stands for JavaScript object notation, is a lightweight text or string representation of an object and quickly becoming a popular data exchange format. Though it's pretty early to say that JSON is going to replace XML as popular data interchange format, It is certainly providing an alternative. JSON represent data in two format either an object or an array. JSON object is an unordered collection of key and value, similar to String representation of hash table. On the other hand, JSON Array is an ordered collection of values. The main difference between JSON Object and JSON array is there representation. JSON object is started with left brace { and ends with right brace } and key values are separated using a colon (:). On the other hand, JSON Array starts with left bracket [ and ends with right bracket ] and each value is separated by comma. By looking at structure, You can write your JSON parser to parse JSON object or array to Java object, but you don't need to.
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