Chapter 2: Getting Started with JSON
Chapter 3: Working with Real-time JSON
Goes through an example of processing a complex JSON document, a collection of employees with their personal and employment details. Specifically, to query data from the document such as retrieving the positions of employees and to modify data.
Chapter 4: AJAX Calls with JSON Data
Chapter 5: Cross-domain Asynchronous Requests
Chapter 6: Building the Carousel Application
Shows how to develop a small example application in which student records are retrieved from a server and displayed in a web browser.
Chapter 7: Alternate Implementations of JSON
Portrays numerous ways in which JSON data is used such as in PHP Composer and for Node.js package manager NPM. Briefly compares JSON with the data definition format YAML.
Chapter 8: Debugging JSON
- The book is overall well organized and it is easily understandable what is covered in the chapters.
- There are plenty of examples and step-by-step instructions
- The PDF version of the book is easy to navigate, with helpful bookmarks, which allow to browse the table of contents and hyperlinks throughout the document.
Disclaimer: Thanks to Packt Publishing for providing a free review copy of this book!