"Roland H. Alden" <ralden@...
>> microformats is layered on top of XML. JSON could replace the XML
>> layer. JSON is used to represent values (string, numbers, booleans,
>> null) in sequences (aka arrays) and collections of name/value pairs
>> (aka objects).
> How is it compared to ASN.1?
It's quite a long way from ASN.1. ASN.1 is a data definition language
(a schema language if you like).
JSON is a data format.
ASN.1 is like XML-Schema and JSON is like XML.
> What's "JSON" stand for?
Top search on google tells you:
format. ... These properties make JSON an ideal data-interchange
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