JSON v/s XML
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- December 31, 2018 at 10:37 am #51018
Until JSON was born, XML (extensible markup language) had been the only choice for open data interchange. But after, there was a lot of transformation in the world of open data sharing. JSON’s structure is intuitive, making it easy to read and map directly to domain objects in whatever programming language is being used.
Reasons why JSON is used over XML
1. Small size
2. JSON’s data model is easy to realize
3. Code Usage
4. Control limitation
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