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JavaScript Object Notation – JSON


JavaScript Object Notation is a lightweight data-interchange format that is easy to read and write for both humans and computer systems. The abbreviation JSON is pronounced either like the name Jason or as “Jay Son”.

JSON has become one of the most widely used data formats on the web because it works well for exchanging data between client-side and server-side applications. It is also commonly used for storing and sharing data in cloud-based applications and services.

JSON is a language-independent data format, meaning that it is simply a defined way of describing data without being tied to a specific programming language.

Technically speaking, JSON is derived from the JavaScript programming language, but it can work with any language that can process information in the JSON format. 

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JSON Technical Details – 12 mins

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