Wednesday, February 11th, 2009
JsonML swaps out the world of the curly with that of the angle.
The purpose of JsonML is to provide a compact format for transporting XML-based data via JSON.
Simon Willison says it best:
An almost non-lossy serialization format for sending XML as JSON (plain text in between elements is ignored). Uses the (element-name, attribute-dictionary, list-of-children) tuple format, which sadly means many common cases end up taking more bytes than the original XML. Still an improvement on serializations that behave differently when a list of children has only one item in it.
Have you seen this path before? Hating on XML and going for JSON, but then trying to JSON as XML and at the end of it you just
Just take a look at the GData JSON API
Posted by Dion Almaer at 6:39 am