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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Cache Json on disk with fast read back in java/android

summary: I need a way to cache a large JSONArray on disk, and be able to quickly read AND CONVERT it back to JSONArray at a later time. NOTE: my output MUST be a >>JASONarray<<, and not a ...
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Web application / Domain model integration using JSON capable DTOs

I'm a bit confused about architectural choices for the web-applications/java/python world. For c/c++ world the available (open source) choices to implement web applications is pretty limited to zero, ...
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Best way to deal with Hibernate 1->Many relationship over REST/JSON service

Problem: A Hibernate bi-directional One-to-Many relationship does not map easily to JSON. If default (Jackson) mapping is used there is an infinite recursion issue as the parent contains the children ...
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Relational Model to NoSQL model

I'm trying to switch my brain in to a NoSQL mode (document oriented database). I created a JSON datastructure that looks a little bit like this { "listInstances" : [ { "listClassId" : 1, ...
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inserting json document with `.` in key to mongodb

Firstly, this is more of a design question than a programming question. I am creating an application where I have to fetch existing json data and insert it into mongoDB. I found that some of the the ...
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Is it rational to convert protobuf into json to send it to a web server?

Protobuf is a good thing, it allows c++ devs to not bother with class serialization/deserialization, is fast and .proto format is very nice. It also allows automatic data validation. But the messages ...
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Defining user operations on application/collection+json response?

I'm fairly new to Collection+JSON. I have a bunch of questions regarding Collection+JSON and user operations. Use Case Having user permissions in a Collection+JSON response would be useful in ...
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JSON or XML for parsing for Google Map API

Can someone help me to find a easy way to parse XML? I have an iOS 7 Application using Google Map API. I tried to learn this on my own. I try to create an application that uses Web Services like ...
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How do I minimize the number of database queries in a GeoJson API (of countries, and smaller areas) with custom data?

The general version of the question is above - a a little more detail, I am using Django Rest Framework, but am happy for answers to be dealing with the problem in abstract. So, I have data with ~200 ...
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Saving and retrieving multiple cached json/txt data files

I am working on some numerical programming and need to generate the results for a model given a variety of input parameters. Since the model takes a while to run, I was planning to save the data to ...
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Android, PHP session and JSON object retrieval

I am working on an app in android studio.. it currently has a login and registration system that are linked to a database and both work perfectly. I am now trying to carry over the user id value ...
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Posting different-shaped json documents to the same resource in an API

Is it a good idea to create an API in such a way that clients can post different shaped JSON documents to the same Resource? Let me give you an example and and explanation to why I am asking this. I ...
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Managing Login Authentication/Webpage session: Can client side javascript/JQuery access either a session variable or json variable in html?

Short version: A variable is stored in a session variable req.session.userName and also in the json sent with res.render('/', {username: value}). How can I access either of those variables from inside ...
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Passing Data Between Tiers in 3-Tier Architecture

Assuming we are talking physical tiers, my understanding is that in order to pass data from say the data tier to the business logic tier the JSON format is used (or XML), so say I have an ORM ...
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Is it possible to use Protocol Buffers natively for message passing between a Go web service and an Android app?

I want to connect an Android app to a Go web service (I have a small social network in mind) and would like to pass data to and from the web service using Protocol Buffers, since it recently seems to ...
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How to implement proper identification and session managent on json post requests?

I have some minor messaging connection to server from website via json requests. I have single endpoint which distributes requests according to identification data. I am using asynchronous server and ...
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Can I share ~1k of dynamically updated data between HTML5/JS pages using only apache2?

I have an HTML5/Javascript web site. There is a form which updates JSON data. There are other pages which I would like to load that JSON data dynamically. I know how to do this via Tomcat/JSP but I'd ...
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Syncing client and server CRUD operations using json and php

I'm working on some code to sync the state of models between client (being a javascript application) and server. Often I end up writing redundant code to track the client and server objects so I can ...