P T Withington
ptw at pobox.com
Fri Apr 10 06:43:55 PDT 2009
I thought it was already used to send data "over the wire" to the
client and then is parsed into XML on the client side?
On 2009-04-10, at 09:08EDT, Sebastian Wagner wrote:
> will this also have an effect to the way data is send to the Client?
> one possible library we could piggy back is http://jsontools.berlios.de/
> 2009/4/10 P T Withington <ptw at pobox.com>:
>> Will be a part of the forthcoming ECMAScript 5 standard. I suspect
>> it will
>> be available in early forms in many of the browsers. I thought you
>> already using it in the LFC, so maybe we should export it at the
>> API so it
>> is generally available for LZX? It looks like Lorien (cc-ed) might
>> be able
>> to use it.
>> I believe the main bits are:
>> JSON.stringify which takes an Object and produces a string, and
>> which takes a string and produces an Object (similar to the one
>> that was
>> The built-in data types each have a method .toJSON that can be
>> and stringify and parse each take an optional filter function that
>> can be
>> used to restrict or extend the encoding.
>> There is probably an open source implementation of the proposed
>> that we could grab for runtimes that do not yet have it built in.
>> Check out
> Sebastian Wagner
> seba.wagner at gmail.com
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