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JSON in Action: Build JSON-Based Applications

Learn JSON from Scratch! Learn JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) to Build API-Based Apps! Develop 2 JSON-Based Projects





What you'll learn

• Understand why JSON is popular as a data interchange format
• Understand the difference between JSON and XML
• Understand why JSON is NOT JavaScript Object
• Learn JSON syntax and data types
• Learn to write JSON data (simple and complex) on your own
• Learn how to use JSON with JavaScript
• Learn to collect the required piece of information even from complex JSON data
• Learn how to contact an API and collect JSON response
• Learn how to use JSON with PHP
• Develop your own applications making use of popular APIs

Requirements

• Basic knowledge of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP would be helpful (not necessary)
• Any text editor and a web browser

Description

***Quizzes, Hands-On Practices and Unique Projects are Included***
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JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) is a popular language independent, data interchange format. JSON has significantly improved server-to-browser communications, especially when it comes to AJAX. Most of today's APIs return the response in JSON format as it is much easier to load, read and process JSON compared to XML, making it very popular.
JavaScript Object Notation is text-based and human-readable. JSON is very easy to use with JavaScript as the syntax of JSON is a subset of JavaScript. Though it is a subset of JavaScript, JSON is language-independent. Most of the popular programming languages including PHP, Ruby, C#, Python etc. support JSON making it the widely used data interchange format.
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"The repetition in the explanation really helps to remember and recall the information. The approach to the topics is gradual; meaning, starting from the basics and slowly introducing more. And I appreciate the comparison of technologies since its really helpful to understand why use one technology over another."
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"Very nice course, straight to the point. Topics are illustrated simple and professional form. Warmly recommended !!!"
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"JSON in Action: Build JSON-Based Applications" is a 100% hands-on JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) course. By the end of this course, you will not only understand what JSON is, but also learn how to develop applications making use of real-world APIs that return JSON data. Just learning JSON syntax is not going to help you in anyways. You should be able to use JSON in the development process. Though AJAX and APIs do not come under the scope of this course, here we discuss how to use AJAX to contact APIs and then to collect the JSON result returned by APIs.
This course is structured as follows:
In the first section, you will understand what JSON is, compare JSON and XML and also learn why JSON is not JavaScript Object.
In the second section, you will understand JSON in more detail. You will learn JSON syntax rules and different data types (number, string, boolean, null, array and object) you can use in JSON data. You will also practise to identify different data types in real world JSON data and also to write JSON data on your own.
In the next section, you will understand how easy it is to use JSON with JavaScript. You will learn how to use JSON.parse and JSON.stringify methods to convert JSON data to JavaScript objects and JavaScript objects to JSON strings respectively. You will also learn how to get the required information from the available JSON data. You will understand the difference between dot notation and bracket notation. You will also learn how to use XMLHttpRequest object to fetch the .json file from a server.
The fourth section explains how to use AJAX techniques to contact an API and to collect the JSON output returned by the API. You will learn how to contact the API using GET or POST methods and also making a synchronous or asynchronous requests. You will also see how you can pass JSON as the input to an API.
In the next section, we discuss how to use JSON with PHP. This lecture explains json_encode and json_decode methods. This section will be updated to teach you how to use JSON with other programming languages as well.
The last section is the Let's Develop section where you are going to apply your JSON knowledge to develop some applications on your own. Now there are two applications in this section.
1. Currency Converter
2. BMI Calculator
The first application "Currency Converter" application contacts a real-world API, collects the JSON data, and performs currency conversion. The second application "BMI Calculator" is a more detailed one. As part of this application, you will be developing a simple API using PHP. You will contact that API (which you designed on your own), collect the JSON response and then process it to get the result you want.
So, what are you waiting for? Join this 100% practical JSON course and start developing API-based applications on your own applying JSON knowledge.

Who this course is for:

• Anyone who wants to learn JSON from scratch
• Anyone who wants to develop applications making use of real-world APIs
• Anyone who wants to interchange data between clients and servers
• Anyone who wants to choose JSON as the data interchange format in their REST API design
• Web developers



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JSON in Action Build JSON-Based Applications JSON in Action Build JSON-Based Applications 7. Let's Develop
  • 2. Currency Conversion Application - Part 2.mp4 (88.5 MB)
  • 1. Currency Conversion Application - Part 1.mp4 (61.0 MB)
  • 1. Currency Conversion Application - Part 1.vtt (9.6 KB)
  • 2. Currency Conversion Application - Part 2.vtt (15.2 KB)
  • 3. Source Code currency-converter.html.html (4.7 KB)
  • 4. BMI Calculator - Part 1.mp4 (12.4 MB)
  • 4. BMI Calculator - Part 1.vtt (8.4 KB)
  • 5. BMI Calculator - Part 2.mp4 (17.0 MB)
  • 5. BMI Calculator - Part 2.vtt (11.1 KB)
  • 6. BMI Calculator - Part 3.mp4 (28.6 MB)
  • 6. BMI Calculator - Part 3.vtt (14.1 KB)
  • 7. Source Code bmi.html.html (3.0 KB)
  • 8. Source Code calculate-bmi.php.html (0.7 KB)
  • ReadMe.txt (0.5 KB)
  • Visit Coursedrive.org.url (0.1 KB)
  • 1. Introduction to JSON
    • 1. Course Structure.mp4 (7.9 MB)
    • 1. Course Structure.vtt (4.1 KB)
    • 2. What is JSON.mp4 (6.4 MB)
    • 2. What is JSON.vtt (5.4 KB)
    • 3. JSON Vs XML.mp4 (8.9 MB)
    • 3. JSON Vs XML.vtt (4.3 KB)
    • 4. JSON and JavaScript Object Literal.mp4 (11.3 MB)
    • 4. JSON and JavaScript Object Literal.vtt (8.4 KB)
    • 5. JSON Basics.html (0.1 KB)
    • Must Read.txt (0.5 KB)
    • Visit Coursedrive.org.url (0.1 KB)
    2. JSON Syntax and Data Types
    • 1. JSON Syntax Rules.mp4 (9.7 MB)
    • 1. JSON Syntax Rules.vtt (7.4 KB)
    • 2. JSON Data Types - Part 1.mp4 (4.8 MB)
    • 2. JSON Data Types - Part 1.vtt (4.6 KB)
    • 3. JSON Data Types - Part 2.mp4 (8.1 MB)
    • 3. JSON Data Types - Part 2.vtt (6.6 KB)
    • 4. JSON Data Types - Part 3.mp4 (4.6 MB)
    • 4. JSON Data Types - Part 3.vtt (4.4 KB)
    • 5. Another Difference JSON & JavaScript Object.mp4 (3.3 MB)
    • 5. Another Difference JSON & JavaScript Object.vtt (2.8 KB)
    • 6. Practice Identify Data Types in Real-World JSON Data.mp4 (8.6 MB)
    • 6. Practice Identify Data Types in Real-World JSON Data.vtt (7.0 KB)
    • 7. Practice #1 Create Simple JSON Data.mp4 (6.3 MB)
    • 7. Practice #1 Create Simple JSON Data.vtt (7.0 KB)
    • 8. Source Code write-json-simple.json.html (0.4 KB)
    • 9. Practice #2 Create Complex JSON Data.mp4 (15.7 MB)
    • 9. Practice #2 Create Complex JSON Data.vtt (8.3 KB)
    • 10. Source Code write-json-complex.json.html (1.1 KB)
    • 11. JSON Syntax & Data Types.html (0.1 KB)
    3. JSON on Client Side (JSON and JavaScript)
    • 1. Parse and Stringify.mp4 (10.8 MB)
    • 1. Parse and Stringify.vtt (6.7 KB)
    • 2. Source Code parse-stringify.html.html (0.8 KB)
    • 3. Collect the Required Information.mp4 (23.3 MB)
    • 3. Collect the Required Information.vtt (14.2 KB)
    • 4. Dot Notation and Bracket Notation.mp4 (16.4 MB)
    • 4. Dot Notation and Bracket Notation.vtt (9.1 KB)
    • 5. Source Code access-data.html.html (1.4 KB)
    • 6. Extra Resource How to Setup a Local Server on Your System.mp4 (10.6 MB)
    • 6. Extra Resource How to Setup a Local Server on Your System.vtt (5.7 KB)
    • 7. Get JSON from Server.mp4 (21.9 MB)
    • 7. Get JSON from Server.vtt (12.6 KB)
    • 8. Source Code get-data.html.html (1.0 KB)
    • 9. JSON and JavaScript.html (0.1 KB)
    4. JSON and APIs (Application Programming Interface)
    • 1. Contact an API and Get JSON Response.mp4 (85.7 MB)
    • 1. Contact an API and Get JSON Response.vtt (12.4 KB)
    • 2. Source Code get-api-response.html.html (1.1 KB)
    • 3. Contact an API using POST method and Making an Asynchronous Call.mp4 (27.4 MB)
    • 3. Contact an API using POST method and Making an Asynchronous Call.vtt (12.9 KB)
    • 4. Passing JSON data as Input to an API.mp4 (7.7 MB)
    • 4. Passing JSON data as Input to an API.vtt (4.2 KB)
    5. JSON with Other Programming Languages
    • 1. JSON and PHP.mp4 (12.3 MB)
    • 1. JSON and PHP.vtt (7.2 KB)
    • 2. Source Code encode-decode.php.html (0.3 KB)
    • 3. CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on JSON - Part 1.mp4 (62.2 MB)
    • 3. CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on JSON - Part 1.vtt (12.2 KB)
    • 4. CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on JSON - Part 2.mp4 (65.9 MB)
    • 4. CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) on JSON - Part 2.vtt (10.8 KB)
    • 5. Source Code books.json.html (0.3 KB)
    • 6. Source Code crud-json.php.html (1.7 KB)
    6. Bits and Pieces of Useful Information
    • 1. How to Deal with Dates in JSON - Part 1.mp4 (38.7 MB)
    • 1. How to Deal with Dates in JSON - Part 1.vtt (20.7 KB)
    • 2. How to Deal with Dates in JSON - Part 2.mp4 (41.5 MB)
    • 2. How to Deal with Dates in JSON - Part 2.vtt (18.9 KB)
    8. BONUS Section
    • 1. Bonus Lecture Special Offers on Other Courses!!!.html (2.4 KB)
    • ReadMe.txt (0.5 KB)
    • Visit Coursedrive.org.url (0.1 KB)
    • Visit Coursedrive.org.url (0.1 KB)
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