JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) aka the Fat Free Alternative to XML is a lightweight data exchange format inspired by JavaScript object literals. It is often used with JavaScript, Ajax, and RESTful web services but is completely language independent.

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Concatenating a SoundCloud Playlist Update JSON

I am currently working on an implementation of SoundCloud for a 3rd party iOS app, and as there is no SDK anymore I am doing all my calls via Alamofire. This is what SC expects you to send in your ...
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how to fetch Json data in iOS [closed]

i am working on Ecommerce app in that i inserted my product details,now want to fetch that data from json ,how i code for it?? i tried that using ...
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Parsing JSON string from HTTP request

HTTP request is made, and a JSON string is returned, which needs to be parsed. Example response: ...
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Converting table data into nested JSON

I'm new to C# (coming from a JavaScript background) and it seems like this code could be greatly improved. This SQL query: ...
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Custom `Decodable` for enum

I need to implement a decoding in the next JSONs: First variant: {} Second variant: ...
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Consolidating a raw csv of two ids to grouped set of ids in json

The file I'm processing here is an outputted file from a Java library called duke. Its goal was go through all purchases made on a site and group them into a single customer. The output is a csv ...
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Dealing with messy JSON API and UTF-8 encoding problems

I am using an API that returns a JSON object that has "encoded_polyline" fields that tend to result in errors like this one: ...
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Reloading selects with JSON

My JavaScript code is slow for large inputs. However, it is especially slow in IE. The browser will freeze for about a minute while the select is being reloaded. Any ideas for how to optimize this ...
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Login for desktop application

I am building a login using an API call to a URL that returns JSON data. The login works and is functional but in terms of "correctness" and "professionalism", I am looking to get input from some of ...
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Daily Desktop Background

I've created a simple command-line program that downloads the Bing Image of the Day, then sets it as my desktop background. It is a console application, and closes immediately after setting my ...
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JSON serializer using generics rather than System.Object

I recently created a custom static class in C# to encode, hopefully, any object it is given (or collection of objects), because I was, at the time, unaware of a native C# library that did the same ...
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Testing class that transforms JSON into a spreadsheet

I am creating unit tests but the class uses objects that have long JSON. What can I do to improve the readability of this? In tests, only insert those JSON really needed for the test. The class I ...
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Asynchronous HTTP JSON request

For asynchronous requests, I use Alamofire. I have created one method for requesting async data. ...
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Create Java object from from page content or plain text

My job is to make a specified java objects from web page that contains following text: Companies: ...
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Fetching the definition of a word using a REST API

This is the code I'm using to GET the definition of a word from Wordnik's REST API. I don't want to ignore any error but this is causing the code to be ridiculously long. I'm new to Swift so I'd ...
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Java JSON Stringifier with the Nashorn API

I have written a Java JSON stringifier with the Nashorn API. Since this code is slow, I wanted to ask if I can improve it. My target is the highest possible performance to make it an alternative to ...
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Reading data from database, saving to new list and adding list to grid

I made some changes to how I was saving the data in order for it to show up on a kendo grid. Right now my giant method is getting data from the database (using ...
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Fetching, processing, and storing Mixpanel analytics data to SQLite

I'm a self-taught Python programmer and I never really learned the fundamentals of programming, so I want to see how to improve upon this script and make it adhere to best practices. The script has ...
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Parsing a Wikipedia page for a country

The program should accept a name of a country as input. It should then parse the Wikipedia page for that country and find all links to the wikipedia pages of other countries on that page and make a ...
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Generate URLs from a complex JSON object using recursion

My task is here as follows : Input : A complex/nested JSON object with nested arrays as well objects Output : A JSON object that contains a set of URLs with their titles: ( key,value ) ...
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Inner loops within Python from multi-dimensional JSON

I am writing an application that consumes a JSON web-service in Python. I have an outer loop and inner loop, my inner loop is pretty ugly; how can I codense this to function more like my outer loop? ...
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Java JSON parsing with the Nashorn API

Some time ago I found a website about the Java Nashorn API which allows you to run JavaScript from Java code. I thought about creating a JSON parser in pure Java (without external libraries) which ...
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Fetch and Save Weather Data as JSON

This is part 2 to Fetch, Parse, and Save JSON. As the code evolved, I wanted to post the program with changes for review again. The objective of the program is to fetch JSON information from a ...
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Restful API for parsing records

I'm trying to implement my own API. This code excerpt should show the basic working routines. The storage is temporary an in-memory-array and the only HTTP method for now is POST. I outsourced the ...
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Fetch, Parse, and Save JSON

I've written a program in Java that will fetch JSON information from a service through their API and save it. As I'm new to Java, I want my code looking clean as possible and to understand the ...
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Numerate every item in dict

I have a .json file with a complex structure: dict in a dict, it has no constant structure and is dynamically changed. The goal is to make new dict where the keys are numbers of hierarchy and values ...
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Creating a menu as nested unordered lists from JSON data

I have a JSON input using which I have written below function to recursively create an unordered list. Is there more precise way to achieve it? ...
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To do tree application with undo/redo functionality

I am making a to-do tree application (Earlybird) in Python that will show checkable tasks/subtasks in a tree view. It includes higher-level groups of tasks grouped into blocks (e.g., Work block, Home ...
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Uses game API to post stats about user when requested

First Python script, so my code is pretty laughable. Sensitive information has been redacted. One thing that I'd like to point out is that there is an inconsistent use of '' and "". This is an old ...
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A closer look at the chat's mumblings

The Go Playground was boring so I decided to make a small application that throws me into the language. It basically queries the chatroom every second for new messages and displays them in the output ...
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Return JSON data based on GeoDjango Queryset

My code below returns a JSON data based on user's input or query in my HTML page or template. However, I need to modify or do some tweaking with my JSON data in order for me to use it in my datatables ...
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Merging multiple JSON files using Python

I have multiple (1000+) JSON files each of which contain a JSON array. I want to merge all these files into a single file. I came up with the following, which reads each of those files and creates a ...
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Building JSON array containing HTML

So, One of my companies developers wrote this. Not me. Alright, it was me. How can improve this puke? ...
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Swift extension: Dictionary<String, AnyObject> to JSON string for URL parameter

Here's a quick extension for [String: AnyObject] dictionaries in Swift. The output needs to be in the following format (order and spacing don't matter): ...
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Return existing values inside database

Here's a method inside my controller that reads the values of angle and point data from my database. Then it grabs the data and adds it to a new list and sends the JSON to the view. I can't simplify ...
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App for displaying pictures to like

I am making an app that shows some pictures and you can like each picture. I am sending a POST request from the Android device. In my backend I have a Python script that takes parameters category and ...
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Calculate discipline level from attendance record given a set of rules

I have written an attendance calculator that compares a set of rules against an employee's attendance record and determines what level of progressive discipline that employee is at (how much trouble ...
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Controller to list users

I think I put too much code in my controller that was supposed to go in the model. This is a part of my controller, I'm not gonna paste everything since there is a lot of code. ...
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Getting distinct array of objects

I would like to get a distinct array of objects. The code below is the first thing that came to mind. Do you see any room for improvements? ...
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Small console app to execute some remote scripts

I'm learning F# and functional programming, from a background in C# and imperative/OOP. I've ported a small, one-off console app from C# to F#. The port worked (the app behaves the same way), but I'd ...
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Jekyll plugin for creating CSV files

I recently created a gem for Jekyll plugin to create some CSV files. I put a little more effort into it and tried to make it something that others might be able to use. I'm a little lost on how to ...
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Song search app with dynamic tables

I decided to make a Ruby app to search for songs, which uses the tinysong API. Things got really cryptic and weird in the view. I managed to get dynamic tables that adjust to data length, but I feel ...
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Empty an array on focusout - jQuery UI Autocomplete

Is it good to empty an array on focusout? ...
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Web API controller to get details of a travel plan or a leave request

My web API has 3 controllers for get, post and users CRUD. I named it as DetailsControllor, FormControllor and ...
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Rendering JSON array as a tree

This code is working fine for me, but I want to simplify it. Function parents is defining parents of the tree and children ...
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Data Persistence

I was wondering if I could get some feedback on the library I created to persist data online. JitterPushDemo.java ...
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Make knockoutjs model simpler and avoid full observable array refresh

The form creates / updates /deletes a category. The category is simple: ID and name properties in backend (Laravel) model. UI: Clicking on a category enables "edit mode": I need 2 things here: ...