When should you use JSON or XML? Which one works better and where? In this short video, Mike and Dave discuss.
Dave Littman: Hi, Dave Littman, Truth and IT joined by Mike Matchett. Mike is contributing analyst here at Truth and IT. Mike, welcome.
Mike Matchett: Ah, thanks, Dave.
Dave Littman: So, hey we're talking today about JSON vs XML. Mike, there's a lot of conversation about both and where application developers choose one over the other. What are your thoughts as to where each fits?
I think what you're gonna find though is XML is a little dated and people don't like to write static structures as much anymore. It's confining. It's not as agile. When you get into this new web world and you want agile data structures and you wanna be able to pass data back and forth in many different formats, you're probably gonna start seeing more and more JSON.
Dave Littman: Okay. Fabulous. Well let's leave it there. Mike, thanks very much. And thank you for watching. Watch other videos here with Truth and IT to learn more about these latest data center technologies. Mike, thanks again.
Mike Matchett: You're welcome, Dave.