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<dfn>JSON</dfn> is JavaScript Object Notation (RFC 4627), a popular data format for APIs.
 
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== tools ==
 
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* http://jsonlint.com/ - use JSON Lint to check any JSON examples for/in the wiki.
 
* http://jsonlint.com/ - use JSON Lint to check any JSON examples for/in the wiki.
* https://jsonformatter.org/ - JSON formatter - Tool to edit, format, and validate JSON.
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* https://jsonformatter-online.com/ - JSON formatter - Tool to edit, format, and validate JSON.
  
 
== previous work ==
 
== previous work ==

Latest revision as of 16:28, 18 July 2020

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JSON is JavaScript Object Notation (RFC 4627), a popular data format for APIs.

current microformats support

microformats2 has a canonical JSON representation that is produced by numerous microformats2 parsers across various languages.

brainstorming

  • jf2 - a simplified more minimal mf2 JSON representation

tools

previous work

see also

  • www.json.org: the original specification, documentation, and list of implementations for many different programming languages.
  • RFC 4627, current formal JSON specification.
  • JSON on Wikipedia