Now that you understand the concepts, Peter shows you some example JSON files. A simple file captures data about a song. A more complex example captures data about a menu structure. Finally, learn how to properly indent a JSON file.
I just type one, then both the closed and open appear.…Give myself a little space.…So this object is going to have…a key of "song", in quotation marks.…We'll put a colon here.…And then we've got to have another set of curly brackets.…We then indent.…And we have some key-value pairs.…First one is a title.…This'll be the title of the song.…I'll call it JSON Lullaby.…
Next key will be the artist,…and its value is going to be The Instructors.…That'll be the name of our group here, singing the song.…The last one will be musicians.…
- 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
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Introduction to JSON and XML Documentation
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