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JSON support

Thread began 5/06/2013 2:30 pm by alnico431299 | Last modified 5/08/2013 9:54 am by alnico431299 | 213 views | 2 replies

alnico431299

JSON support

I use JSON extensively for my projects.
I use jsRender and jsViews to consume the JSON on the client (makes maintenance much easier and is much leaner than building the pages on the server).
When using a DW recordset...I have to comment out the fetch line (this unfortunately breaks the widget).
I then insert a few lines of code to generate the array and then encode it as JSON (no problem). I also generate hierarchical JSON as well.

Since, Adobe is removing the db functionality from CS7...I am guessing you will build your own tools...thus a perfect time to build something full featured.

Note: I am only interested in Data Assist supporting this.

Thanks,
Brent

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