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Re: XML Redux

  • From: Stephen Green <stephengreenubl@gmail.com>
  • To: Dave Pawson <davep@dpawson.co.uk>
  • Date: Thu, 17 Feb 2011 16:24:28 +0000

Re:  XML Redux
So is there any need at all that the syntax be readable
at some point in the data flow/lifecycle by Javascript?
Doesn't interoperability with JSON imply readability by
Javascript, even if Javascript isn't always a target
consumer of producer? Or is there really no need at
all for interoperability with JSON or with Javascript?
If that is the case then what are the benefits of using
JSON syntax? Is it just a convenient, ready-made
syntax known widely and used widely? Is it just that
(re)using JSON syntax reduces the overall learning
curve for the many people who already know JSON
(much as Javascript and Java and other languages
borrowed from C)?

Stephen D Green

On 17 February 2011 16:02, Dave Pawson <davep@dpawson.co.uk> wrote:
> Javascript constraints were never in my mind at all Stephen?
> Nor Jsons.
> My starting point was Liams blog and Mikes syntax?

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