- [Narrator] Now let's take a look at the solution…to the JSON Documentation Exercises.…We'll start with the first one,…which is for the weather forecast for one day.…This is what the final solution should look like.…Not exactly, but this is my interpretation anyway.…So, you start with one sentence,…which represents the weather forecast for one day,…and then there's a table, and it's got those four columns:…Element, Description, Type and Notes.…Let's go to the underlying markdown.…The main thing to note on this…is that what we put in the Notes column…is important information about the data…that doesn't really fit as well in the other columns.…
So, for example, the format.…Here's the format for the date.…And then for the description, the description has…certain valid values, so I list those here.…Valid values of sunny, overcast, partly cloudy,…and so forth.…Any time there's a unit,…for example the maximum temperature,…I put "In degrees Celsius."…Wind speed is "In kilometers per hour," and so forth.…And then the last one, danger, is of type "Boolean."…
- The purpose of documentation
- Data types
- Structured data
- Writing JSON and XML
- Documenting one-level JSON responses
- Documenting nested JSON responses
- XML attributes and examples
- Documenting XML
- Structuring data documentation
Skill Level Intermediate
Introduction to JSON and XML Documentation
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