Baeldung Article: Reducing JSON Data Size
I wrote an article for Baeldung on various ways of reducing the size of JSON in our Java applications. Java applications often use JSON as a common format for sending and receiving data. Moreover, it’s used as a serialization protocol for storing data. With smaller JSON data sizes, our applications become cheaper and faster.
And yes, that Escher-like swirl above is supposed to be the JSON logo, according to Wikipedia. And no, I haven’t seen that one ever before, either.
The article is available here.
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