904Re: [json] JSoda
- Nov 14, 2007On Nov 14, 2007 12:01 AM, Kyle Alan Hale <kylealanhale@...> wrote:
>I may be bit slow, but I am not sure I understand why you would want
> In my search for a convenient way to represent XHTML DOM elements, I
> the W3C DOM objects. I call this assembly of ideas JSoda.
> JSoda is JSON compliant <http://jsoda.info/JSoda+and+JSON> , so that a
> DOM element represented as a JSoda object can be stored or transmitted
> as JSON and utilize existing JSON solutions.
to wrap DOM within JSON?
Why not deal with xml via DOM as is? And when transferring, let
efficient xml generators/parsers take care of marshalling aspects?
I do understand the interoperability aspects sometimes require one to
use mappings to make things work (albeit inefficiently or awkwardly),
but are there some other benefits?
-+ Tatu +-
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