Monthly Archives: June 2011

Manipulating JSON and XML with Node.js

In this entry, we will describe how to handle JSON and XML formats within node.js applications. Such formats are involved when using REST or simply when exchanging data through ASCII protocols. Using JSON The JSON format is natively supported by … Continue reading

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Does your Java-based Web applications really support UTF8?

Whereas Java natively supports UTF8 (unicode), are you sure that this is the same for your Java-based Web applications? In fact, it’s not the case without doing nothing since the default encoding is latin1 (ISO 8859-1). Take the sample of … Continue reading

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