JSON has been around for quite sometime now and lot of languages are offering out of the box support for parsing and creating JSON data. The JDK didn’t have support for parsing and creating JSON data out of the box. One had to make use of libraries for parsing and creating JSON data like Google […]
In my previous post about JSON processing I introduced you to the sample application and then showed how one can make use of the Streaming API to parse the JSON data. The JSON Streaming API was not suited for scenarios explained in my previous post. In such scenarios one can make use of the Object […]
If you are wondering what JSON is (Read : What is JSON?), you might want to read this article of mine. Java didn’t have a support for JSON processing out of the box. Developers had to include external libraries to enable JSON processing. But with JSR 353 we have support for JSON processing in Java […]
JSON stands for Java Script Object Notation. JSON is a format for efficient transfer of data across Platform. To manipulate JSON in Java, we have many processors. One of such JSON processor in Java is Jackson. Jackson is a high performance JSON processor. Reading, Writing and modifying contents is made easy in Java using the […]
I wrote previously about parsing JSON in Groovy. In this article I show a simple example of creating JSON using Groovy. I had to learn about creating JSON using Groovy as I would be using JSON as the response format in the REST API which might be developed sometime in future. Creating JSON using Groovy […]
A quick JSON search on Google would yield plenty of results and more specifically the JSON homepage. None the less we wanted to share something brief and something good about JSON. Lot of you are familiar with XML and XML had been the defacto data-transfer language in the area of RESTful webservices, but off late […]
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