Representing Hierarchical Data for Mere Mortals

Posted by: Simple Talk, on 06 Oct 2016 | View original | Bookmarked: 0 time(s)

Why is it that we use XML, but with so little enthusiasm when it does so much, and is so feature-rich? Phil Factor argues that there are better ways of doing it, more complete than JSON, but easier to read than XML. To try to convince you, he gives a set of flying demos, using PowerShell and his PSYaml module, to illustrate how YAML can let you work faster, and more accurately.…The post Representing Hierarchical Data for Mere Mortals appeared first on Simple Talk....

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