JSONs. Packets that Fill Most of Data Pipelines.

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Just the basics

{ “firstName”:”Vivek”, “lastName”:”Kothari” },
{ “firstName”:”Suraj”, “lastName”:”Kumar” },
{ “firstName”:”John”, “lastName”:”Smith” },
{ “firstName”:”Peter”, “lastName”:”Gregory” }
  • JSON is built with two primary parts: keys and associated values.
  • Key is always a string enclosed in quotation marks.
  • Value has more freedom. A value can be a number, boolean expression, string, an array, or an object.
  • Key value pairs are combined with clear rule: key is followed by a colon which is followed by the value.
  • Key/value pairs are separated with a comma.
  • boolean — binary alternatives of true and false,
  • number — an integer,
  • string — text,
  • array — classic associative array of values,
  • object — an associative array of key/value pairs.
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