JSON vs XML, Part 3: 12 Differences

Grey Background for JSON vs XML in RPG

Which one is right for me? JSON vs XML: when did these data formats originate, and how are they used in RPG (and development in general)? Both have a tremendous history behind them and are either derived from, inspired by, or parent to a variety of other means to hold data. This article will draw […]

JSON vs XML, Part 2: JSON in RPG

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What’s the difference? JSON vs XML: when did these data formats originate, and how are they used in RPG (and development in general)? Both have a tremendous history behind them and are either derived from, inspired by, or parent to a variety of other means to hold data. This article will draw a few mentions […]

RPG, JSON, and REST: How to Test IBM i Web Services

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RPG, JSON, and REST: How to Test IBM i Web Services Using Postman + RPG-XML Suite Every day, RPG shops use REST IBM i web services to communicate with their clients. However, their software options are often limited to open source tools written in C or Java, with even fewer solutions available in RPG. What’s […]

Parsing JSON with RPG-XML Suite 3.4

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Parsing JSON with RPG is one of RPG-XML Suite’s critical features in ensuring your web service architecture runs smoothly. After Krengeltech’s release of RPG-XML Suite version 3.4.0, we have added numerous features and bugfixes, enhancing RPG-XML Suite’s parsing and composition APIs. Because of these changes, we’re updating some of our most perennial content. We have […]

Composing JSON with RPG-XML Suite 3.4

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RPG-XML Suite opens your IBM i to web services everywhere, but to create JSON in RPG, you’ll first need to know how. After Krengeltech’s release of RPG-XML Suite version 3.4.0, we have added numerous features and bugfixes, enhancing RPG-XML Suite’s parsing and composition APIs. Because of these changes, we’re updating some of our most perennial […]

Now in RPG-XML Suite 3.4 – Enhanced JSON support!

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As technologies and software develop, new data standards are adopted, with JSON being the newest one. After Krengeltech’s release of RPG-XML Suite version 3.4.0, we have added numerous features and bugfixes, enhancing RPG-XML Suite’s parsing and composition APIs. Because of these changes, we’re updating some of our most perennial content. We’re constantly working to roll […]

Rest easy with full REST web service support in RPG-XML Suite 3.2

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RPG-XML Suite Version 3.2 Officially Released Since the January 2014 introduction of the new RXS3 API and its improvements, our RPG-XML Suite customers have continued to make suggestions for even more features and new functionality. At Krengeltech we embrace these suggestions to allow developers to leverage their existing RPG skills and couple them with newer, […]