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Learning Dojo: Dojo and JSON

 
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Hi Peter,

Was just curious to know what topics book covers for JSON ???

Does it covers following topics

1. Using JSON to Transport Java Objects
2. Handling JSON Encoded Objects
 
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MAYUR BODKHE can you please adjust your display name so that it does not contain all upper case letters.
 
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Hi Mayur,

I cover JSON specifically, alltough not at length, and use it as preferred method of data respresentation and transfer throughout the book. I also use it in my more advanced examples on dojo.data, in presenting the JsonRestStore

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