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Sending POST parameters in JSON format

Sending POST parameters in JSON format: Connecting Android Apps to RESTful Web Services
Sending POST parameters in JSON format: Connecting Android Apps to RESTful Web Services

JSON, which is short for JavaScript Object Notation, is commonly used by modern web servers as a data-exchange format. Coders who are sending POST parameters in JSON format need to insert their parameters directly into their request's body, much like a POST request. This online tutorial will teach you how to send POST parameters in JSON format using Android apps and RESTful.

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