How does a web page interact with a server to parse a dynamic JSON file?
6th July 2013
My answer to How does a web page interact with a server to parse a dynamic JSON file? on Quora
If you’re only dealing with 60 records there’s no need to add a full database. I’ve actually hand coded a 50 record JSON file before and it was fine- use an editor with good JSON support (I like Sublime Text 2) and it’s pretty easy to hand write.
Another option that might work well for this particular situation is to put the data in a Google Docs spreadsheet, which will then be able to produce JSON for you automatically: see https://developers.google.com/gd...
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