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JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) aka the Fat Free Alternative to XML is a lightweight data exchange format inspired by JavaScript object literals. It is often used with JavaScript, Ajax, and RESTful web services but is completely language independent.

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When designing a RESTful API that uses JSON to respond to requests, I usually return an object like this when an error happens: { "error": "Something bad happened", "error_code": "XXX" } Do I need to have a "error": "" or "error": null in my object when there is no error? …
asked Aug 1 '13 by Mohsen
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I am a front-end developer. For many experiements I do I need to have a server that talks JSON with my client side app. Normally that server is a simple server that response to my POSTs and GETs …
asked Jun 20 '12 by Mohsen