1504Re: [json] Digest Number 597
- Apr 6, 2010Thanks Alan,
I believe I do reference that mapping but in a different URL, namely:
it is in section 3.2 the second link of my document. I have commented on it in that section.
Mark Joseph, Ph.D.
From: Alan Kennedy [mailto:alan@...]
Sent: Tue, 06 Apr 2010 05:05:45 -0700
Subject: Re: [json] Digest Number 597
> For people interested in this topic. We are always open to comments and questions.Hi Mark.
On reading your article, I saw reference to several existing methods
for mapping XML<->JSON. But I didn't see any reference to the Google
XML<->JSON mapping, as described in this article.
Using JSON in the Google Data Protocol
Looking at the examples you give about mixed-content elements, I can
see that Google have punted on this issue, i.e. they represent
<content type="text">Google is sponsoring at
<a href="http://www.pubcon.com/">WebmasterWorld PubCon 2006</a>. Come and
visit us at the booth or join us for an evening demo reception where we
will be talking "5 ways to enhance your website with Google Code".
After all, it is Vegas, baby! See you soon.</content>
"$t": "Google is sponsoring at
<a href="http://www.pubcon.com/">WebmasterWorld PubCon 2006</a>.
\nCome and visit us at the booth or join us for an evening demo
reception where we will be talking "5 ways to enhance your website
with Google Code".\nAfter all,\nit is Vegas, baby! See you soon."
In this case, the inline <a/> element is left in XML format, and not
translated to JSON.
Do you have any comments on the Google mapping?
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