Currently you are most likely using a phone or a tablet you have purchased in the last couple of years. As you have learned over the last 7 weeks, technology is always changing. This term we learned many different technologies which enabled us to develop mobile applications. One of the newer technologies was JSON. JSON is becoming more main stream in the programming world and is slowly being utilized over XML. Take some time this week to research JSON and XML and what each of these technologies have to offer.
This week discuss some of the following in your discussion:
What each of the technologies are used for
What are some advanatages of each technology
What are some disadvantages of each technology
What are some websites one would go to when trying to learn more on each of the technologies
Discuss any experience you had with either
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