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Re: json v. xml

  • From: Richard Salz <rsalz@u...>
  • To: "derek denny-brown" <zuligag@g...>
  • Date: Thu, 4 Jan 2007 13:14:57 -0500

Re:  json v. xml
At one point the XML community divided itself into two parts: doc-heads 
and data-heads.  I don't see what the former group gets out of JSON. As 
for data-heads, it may well be that JSON is a better fit (80/20) when one 
end of the link is monoculture (more PC to call it a browser on a PC, I 
guess). That environment doesn't describe all the places where XML 
data-heads need to get their data.

I view the JSON vs XML debate as optimizing for an important common case 
and don't see any technical need to raise a ruckus.


Senior Security Architect
DataPower SOA Appliances

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