Any IT professional or casual developer anticipating a solid understanding of how JSON works in open-sourced and private development projects needs to go through this course and absorb all of its content. Anyone desiring to learn how JSON is implemented in software needs the knowldege and demonstrations presented in this course. This not only includes web, mobile, and service application developers, but also architects, UI designers, testers, and administrators. This course provides a solid understanding of how to effectively participate in a project leveraging JSON data structures.
We will learn how JSON came to be and get a background on the use of data transfer objects in general. We will then talk in more depth about JSON and how it works across all languages, frameworks, and libraries.
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Here we'll get the roadmap for this course and see how this series of JSON videos will be presented.
This video will teach us how JSON came to be and how it's used across all modern software systems.
We can get Git installed on our local machines so we can be ready to work with it.
This is often a confusing topic. Let's clear up the misunderstandings.
Let's learn to get set up with Git and how to manage our source code with Git's commands within its inherent workflow.
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Most any public API is configured for JSON. Here's why.
Working in a team environment introduces the remote repo. Let's learn to work with it.
Excellent utilities exist to help us in working with JSON
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