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JSON Tag Library for JSP

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JSON-taglib is a JSP tag library used to render JSON (JavaScript Object Notation) data from within JSP code. It can be used as part of the server-side of an AJAX application, allowing you to use the full power of JSP to format your JSON data.

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    Although this library make it easy to generate JSON output using tags, the inefficiencies and the fact that there is an open bug a few years old made me think twice about using this tags for any real work. For basic projects, the tags will help rapidly code a JSON backend. The 2 two main reasons why to avoid the library: code efficiency and lack of developer commitment. For example, the JsonBaseTag class on line 322 opts for String.replaceAll instead of the more efficient Pattern/Matcher paradigm. Secondly, the quotation escape bug should have been fixed a long time ago. This outstanding bug encourages non-standard approaches to handling the generate JSON.

    Posted 03/06/2014
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Intended Audience

Developers, Information Technology

Programming Language

JSP, Java



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