Learning JSON with JavaScript and Other Languages

JSON is a simple and very commonly used data format for objects being sent around the web. Short for JavaScript Object Notation, JSON provides an easy to read and highly compact way to basically send data between applications and websites and is completely language independent, even though “JavaScript” is in the name. Using JSON, you can interface with nearly all the major API’s out there, including Facebook, Twitter, Amazon, Google, and many more. I found a couple videos that introduce the notation. You should take a look.

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