Posts Tagged web 2.0

Using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) on the IBM i

In today’s video, we are going to introduce you to what is perhaps the most elegant way to exchange data within Web applications. We will be talking about JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation. Eric Cassidy, an IBM i web developer at Profound Logic, will demonstrate the concept by creating RPG/CGI AJAX response programs that use JSON to provide multiple pieces of data to a Web application.

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Processing Data From an AJAX Request

In a few of my previous videos, I introduced you to several concepts on how to use AJAX for web development on the IBM i (System i, iSeries, AS/400). In this video, I discuss with Robert Ferguson, an IBM i web developer, what it takes to utilize the AJAX data that is returned from the server. Robert will provide an example by showing us how AJAX data can be displayed on a Web application’s screen with little effort.

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