Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Surveying the top technologies, part of Working with Data on the Web.
Before we can begin our survey of the top technologies for working with…data on the web, it's important to understand what's meant by that phrase.…Data on the web.…Basically, data on the web is content.…More specifically, it's content that is stored…in an independently maintained human readable format.…In other words, a text file.…Its content that…is not part of any database system, and it can be stored from and/or integrated…into a web page. What data on the web is not, and what's…not covered in this course are relational databases like MySQL or SQL Server.…
Or non-relational databases, by which I mean a flat file or a single table.…So what are the…key technologies for data on the web? Well, there are five that we'll be…concerned with in this course. CSV, XML, JSON, YAML and HTML5.…Let's kick it off with CSV, short for Comma-Separated Values.…CSV is a text-based format where the code looks like this.…
Each data field is separated by a comma, hence the name, or some other delimiter.…Each record is on its own line and quotes,…
- Interacting with data through HTML forms
- Storing data as comma-separated values
- Saving, retrieving, and displaying data as XML
- Setting up and updating JSON data
- Creating a YAML data file
- Using HTML5 data storage solutions
Skill Level Intermediate
1. The State of Data on the Web
2. Handling Client-Friendly CSV
3. Exploring XML
4. Incorporating JSON
5. Investigating YAML
6. Applying HTML5 Solutions
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