2 Examples of Projects that Leverage Java and JSON for Web Services
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"As the web services market grows, the popularity of JSON is likely to grow as well."
Here are two examples of web services applications using JSON:
- Negotiation, Approval, and Workflow App – This manufacturer of construction equipment and machinery wished to develop a portal and mobile app for its sales team to process sales requests, support billing activities and manage the approval process for workflow. The solution roadmap included roll-out to international locations with cloud-based app development for web and mobile solutions.
- Dealer and Quote Management Portal – This cable solution and products business wished to improve its quote management system and effectively manage and track quotes and the process of approvals and associated activities with dealer management and workflow for its staff and dealers. The solution included cloud-based portal development for the web and implementation of business rules to comply with business requirements.
JSON is a simple and flexible way to store data and provides an easy interchange for web services and it is suitable for use with PHP, Java, .NET, and other languages. As the web services market grows, the popularity of JSON is likely to grow as well. With the rapid expansion of social media, content is ubiquitous and the foundational accessibility and performance of JSON is a crucial component of that performance and flexibility.
"The JSON text-based open standard data interchange uses C, C++, Java, Python, Perl, and other familiar conventions."
Find out how a Java Development partner can help your business achieve its goals. Read our Case Studies for more information on the use of JSON in Web Services projects: Dealer & Quote Management, Negotiation, Approval, and Workflow App.
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