JimAultWins at yahoo.com
Wed Jan 7 12:28:57 CST 2009
On 1/7/09 9:26 AM, "Mark Smith" <lists at futilism.com> wrote:
> My main motivation for it was as a way of serializing arrays, so that
> I can pass them easily between a client and rev cgis on a server. It
> seemed like it might be useful to do it in a a way that doesn't re-
> invent the wheel, and was abit 'lighter' than xml, so - json.
I, too, am just finishing a Rev-JSON-Rev set of routines to take advantage
much more compact that the XML equivalent, plus I added another 'linking'
dimension to the normal tree-logic.
Works very well but is definitely not a general solution or library. After
the browser on the client's machine.
> On 7 Jan 2009, at 17:03, Bob Sneidar wrote:
>> What would be the advantage to this? Is it some kind of API to pass
>> data back and forth between java applications and revolution?
>> Bob Sneidar
>> IT Manager
>> Logos Management
>> Calvary Chapel CM
>> On Jan 7, 2009, at 8:22 AM, Mark Smith wrote:
>>> Here's a first go at a json parser/generator that converts between
>>> revolution arrays and json objects/arrays, to an arbitrary level of
>>> nesting. It has some basic formatting capability also.
>>> As usual, any observations, modifications, disasters or other
>>> comments welcome.
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