Web Design Tutorials and Articles: JSON File

Sunday, May 10, 2009


Introduction A JSON file is a file at a web server having just a JavaScript object literal (see below). The content of this file is normally downloaded by Ajax to the client browser. At the client browser it is assigned to a JavaScript global variable, and so forming a JavaScript object by “literal notation”. JavaScript code residing at the client browser can then use the properties and methods in the downloaded JSON file. JavaScript object by Literal Notation Consider the following statement:... Sign in to see full entry.

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