Ajax, XML and JSON Basics by Eduonix Learning Solutions

About the Lecture

The lecture Ajax, XML and JSON Basics by Eduonix Learning Solutions is from the course Ajax, XML and JSON . It contains the following chapters:

  • What is XML?
  • XML vs. HTML
  • Document structure
  • XML is used in many places
  • Advantages / Rules / Schemas
  • What is JSON
  • Syntax / Objects / Array
  • XML vs. JSON

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 Eduonix Learning Solutions

Eduonix Learning Solutions


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... Lightweight data-interchange format. Easy for humans to read & write ...

... JSON Arrays are contained in brackets[]. Files have ...

... "lastName": “Traversy“, “email”: ”brad.techguy@something.com” ...

... an array named “pets”, which holds 3 JSON objects. Each object is a record of ...

... More Simple. Faster. A little Easier to Read Native ...

... NOT a replacement for HTML. XML ...

... XML has no pre-defined tags. HTML is used to display ...

... Declaration just come first ...

... XML is stored in plain text format and can be read by almost any system. So XML ...

... Simplifies Transport of Data. Simplifies Platform Changes. Easy to upgrade systems as ...

... - Elements need to be nested properly. - XML Docs must have a root element. There can ...

... What is in a Schema? - Allowed data - Required data - How ...

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