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JSON API is nice, but complex spec. Its implementation is also not easy, especially if you don't have good library implementing it. So it's mostly a question "is it worth it for our use case"? In my opinion, it's worth it if you have large and/or public API which needs to be stable, extensible, will be developed for years. JSON API provides reasonable ...


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Would you like to be able to dynamically add new content and functionality to your client without having to change it? If you go with Json API (and actually leverage it), you can accomplish exactly that. Let's say v1 of your book resource looks like this links: { self: "/books/1" next: "/books/2" } author: { links: { ...


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I'm currently dealing with a SOAP API and it's corresponding WSDL. After looking over the JSON API specs. I get the impression that they are trying to be a WSDL equivalent for REST JSON servers. Like WSDLs, the JSON API is not the most readable in the world (although more readable than WSDLs,) but is meant to be parsed by tools that will then create the ...


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I'm not interested in JSON, I'm interested in the objects that are created from JSON. Like in your example, turning plain JSON into objects is easy. How difficult is it for new developers? Mostly they are interested in the objects created. They can look at the code that turns JSON into objects, which is trivial. I looked at the JSON API spec, and I ...


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Every release to customers should have a new version number. Every release to testers should have a new build number. Customers will think something is wrong if version numbers are missing, so a sequence of version numbers could be for example 1.3.0, 1.3.1, 1.3.2, 1.4.0 etc.


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It occurs due to the new upgradations made by the developers to their apps so that it can cop-up with the better functionalities of the new hardware which further results in a time lag for older devices.It also occurs due to the GUI improvements made by Apple to the iOS which leads in longer operation times. I also have an iPad mini.As it has a 32-bit ...


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I'm not a lawyer, and I'm not familiar with all of the regulations which Apple places on Apple Enterprise applications, but from my understanding of these licenses: As long as you are able to comply with the conditions of the individual licenses, it should be perfectly fine for you to distribute the application. All of the licenses which you listed are ...



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