Author: Karsten Silz
Oct 5, 2020 1 min read

Permalink: https://betterprojectsfaster.com/learn/article-baeldung-reducing-json-size/

Baeldung Article: Reducing JSON Data Size

JSON logo

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.

Part 4 of 6 in the Articles series.
« Baeldung Article: Running Spring Boot with PostgreSQL in Docker Compose | Baeldung Article: Removing Docker Images » | Start: Baeldung Article: Using gzip and gunzip in Linux

This month in "How to Build Java Applications Today":
Spring Boot's zero-day exploit gets worse, New Relic's "State of Java" report, React and React Native surge in job ad mentions, and my InfoQ article series on native Java started to show.

Read my newsletter


comments powered by Disqus