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JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation that is a language independent text format which is fast and easy to understand.

JSON Tutorials

     

In this tutorial I will teach you about the JSON language which is used mostly on Internet for transferring the data over the network. JSON is JavaScript standard, but other programming languages can be used to generate and consume JSON data.

In this JSON tutorial series we have created the examples in JavaScript and Java technologies that helps you understand JSON in great details.

The JSON object  supports Number, String, Boolean, Array, Another JSON Object, Functions and Null. Learn JSON with the help of following tutorials:

  1. What is JSON? - Understand What is JSON and which programming language supports JSON?
     
  2. JSON in JavaScript
    JSON
    stands for JavaScript Object Notation that  is a language independent text format which is fast and easy to understand. That means it is really very simple and easy to learn without sparing much time.
       
  3. Creating Array Objects in JavaScript with JSON
    In the previous section of JavaScript-JSON tutorial you have known that how to create an object and now in this tutorial we have provided you the way array of objects are declared in JavaScript-JSON.
           
  4. Creating Message in JSON with JavaScript
    In previous section you have studied about the JSON in JavaScript's some basic concepts of creating a simple object and creating an array of objects. Now we are going to discuss how to create a message with JSON in JavaScript.
        
  5. Parsing a message in JavaScript with JSON
    In the previous section of example we have studied how to create message in JSON in JavaScript and now we will come to know that how we can parse the message in JSON in JavaScript.
      
  6. JSONObject example in Java
    In the previous section of JSON tutorials you  have seen how JSON can be used with JavaScript to create objects and arrays, you have also studied how to parse and create messages with JSON in JavaScript.
       
  7. JSONArray example in Java
    In this part of JSON tutorial you will study how to use JSONArray in Java. JSONArray is a sequential and ordered way of collection values. It may consists of Boolean, JSONArray, JSONObject, Number and String or the JSONObject.NULL objects.
       
  8. JSON and Servlet example
    In the previous section of JSON-Java example you have learned how to create a java class by using JSON classes. Now in this example we will tell you how to use JSON classes for creating Servlet.
       
  9. JSON-JSP Example
    In the previous section of JSON-Servlet example you have learned how to create a servlet class by using JSON classes. Now in this example we will tell you how to use JSON to use it into JSP pages.
       



     

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Posted on: December 14, 2008

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Comments:4
Pere
September 18, 2011
Converters

I found it useful to play with converters from XML to JSON, to understand the semantics of JSON. One thing I learned is that this is not valid JSON: { name: "John" } Apparently not all valid Javascript is valid JSON, you need to add the quotes: { "name": "John" } If you need XML you can use scripts or something like http://json-convert.com
BKIRA
October 4, 2011
JASON

This is a good example tutorial to start with. But needs more to go deep. If you could provide more example with how to interact with AJAX and transfer data with other servers would have been great.
arron
December 22, 2011
jsp json

thanks a lot!!!
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January 24, 2012
Information Tech

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