Both XML and JSON are plain text formats for organizing and transporting data in a way which is both human and machine readable. Where XML used to reign as the most popular format - especially when used in RSS feeds for the web… lately JSON has become the more popular of the two. Both formats do essentially the same thing - and both are still used heavily on the web and beyond. Let’s have a look at some examples of both XML and JSON.
And each one of these has a title and image property.…The title is going to show up…in our Web Carousel project as text.…And the image property tells us which image to pull in…for this specific object.…Note that this JSON file does not adopt…any sort of specification.…It's something we just created.…However, that's not the case with our XML document.…Here is the XML document we'll be using…for our RSS Reader project.…
So here, this was actually produced from WordPress…and is formatted to the RSS 2.0 specification.…So it's going to be much more robust…
- Using XML and JSON
- Setting up your Animate project
- Building a carousel container
- Applying animation
- Creating titles with dynamic text
- Ingesting external data
- Rendering images
- Automating transitions
- Designing an RSS display
- Programming the RSS display
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Dynamic Data Fundamentals
About XML and JSON1m 49s
2. Design a Web Carousel
3. Program the Web Carousel
4. Design an RSS Display
5. Program the RSS Display
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