JSON API

{ “links”: { “posts.author”: { “href”: “http://example.com/people/{posts.author}”, “type”: “people” }, “posts.comments”: { “href”: “http://example.com/comments/{posts.comments}”, “type”: “comments” } } “posts”: [{ “id”: “1”, “title”: “Rails is Omakase”, “links”: { “author”: “9”, “comments”: [ “1”, “2”, “3” ] }, { “id”: “2”, “title”: “The Parley Letter”, “links”: { “author”: “9”, “comments”: [ “4”, “5” ] }, { […]

JSON.stringify()’s arguments

JSON.stringify() has more than one argument: value – the value one wants to convert to a string replacer – an array or a function to filter fields space – the number of spaces (or a string) to use for indentation var person = {“name”:”Jim Cowart”,”location”:{“city”:{“name”:”Chattanooga”,”population”:167674},”state”:{“name”:”Tennessee”,”abbreviation”:”TN”,”population”:6403000}},”company”:”appendTo”}; JSON.stringify(person, [“name”, “company”], 4); /* produces: “{ “name”: “Jim Cowart”, […]

Simple REST API Explorer

Just pushed a new project to GitHub named Simple REST API Explorer, a simple way to showcasing and exploring all endpoints of your RESTful API. The demo allows you to call some Twitter API endpoints a sample RESTful API I’ve quickly knocked up as the Twitter API is rather unstructured. Update the index.html file to […]