Ask Me Anything About XML or JSON
It’s the most wonderful time of the year – a day dedicated to XML and JSON.
These formats are designed to be both machine-readable and human-readable. Meaning that you, a human, can open the file, and read what’s inside — but the data is still structured for machine processing. This makes the data highly useful and as a result, XML and JSON are found just about everywhere data is.
But not everyone feels peace and joy when it comes to XML and JSON. The complex structure can make reading or parsing difficult, and create challenges for converting or transforming the data for use in other applications.
When it comes to XML and JSON, the key is to leverage automation wherever possible. If you can automate the hard part of interpreting the syntax, it frees you to work with the attributes like any other data type.
In this webinar, ask our resident XML and JSON enthusiasts, Don and Dean, anything about these formats. For example:
- How can I automate JSON validation?
- Do I need to understand the schema of my XML data to utilize it?
- What’s the difference between the XMLflattener and XMLfragmenter?
- How can I set up a web service to self-deliver this data?
The wide range of uses for these formats will bring no shortage of questions! So come let us adore these formats in this special Q&A webinar.