Tag: json

JSON object returned without name

I get the following JSON returned from the server { “someStuff”: { “”: { “foo”: 0 }, “moreStuff”: { “foo”: 2 } } } As you can see the first node in someStuff is not named. Is there a way to handle this is JavaScript, eg, how can I select a node which has no […]

How to validate a JSON String JQuery

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Number of items in a json array

Looking for a simple bit of JS to count the number of items in a .json file (each item represents, in this case, an instagram photo being pulled into the web app; I want to count the number of photos). Json is structured thusly… { “type”:”FeatureCollection”, “features”:[ { “type”:”Feature”, “geometry”:{ “coordinates”:[ -79.40916, 43.87767 ], “type”:”Point” […]

How can i find the length of this Json object

I want to find the length of this JSON object so any one tell me how can i get length of the JSON object…means i want to know how many data this json object contain. var ddData = [{ “01”:”United States”, “02”:”United Kingdom”, “03”:”Aruba”, “04”:”United Kingdom”, “05”:”Aruba”, “06”:”Bahrain”, “07”:”United Kingdom”, “08”:”Algeria”, “09”:”Andorra”, “10”:”American Samoa”, “11”:”United […]

Convert JSON data to array in JavaScript

My json data is like that: [{“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Dodge”,”model”:”Durango”,”vin”:”R90N8E95UB”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Honda”,”model”:”Accord”,”vin”:”XJLSXU6NA5″}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Dodge”,”model”:”Durango”,”vin”:”2UNHFBCQG0″}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Volvo”,”model”:”XC90″,”vin”:”J37612ZVEC”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Mercedes”,”model”:”C250″,”vin”:”J5QB24CFGS”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Dodge”,”model”:”Durango”,”vin”:”OB60BC33LF”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Volvo”,”model”:”XC90″,”vin”:”DCA3364SGK”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Volvo”,”model”:”XC60″,”vin”:”FV2HML056G”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”BMW”,”model”:”328xi”,”vin”:”IGPP3DQ4SK”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Mercedes”,”model”:”C250″,”vin”:”J5QB24CFGS”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Honda”,”model”:”Accord”,”vin”:”XJLSXU6NA5″}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Mercedes”,”model”:”C250″,”vin”:”J5QB24CFGS”}, {“vehicleType”:”car”,”make”:”Dodge”,”model”:”Durango”,”vin”:”R90N8E95UB”}] Now I want my array to be like this in JavaScript: // Javascript array var array = []; array[// vin number od above json array] = // the whole row of that vin number. For example., […]

What is the fastest JSON parser for JavaScript?

I want to show a list with 1000 rows using Json that’s support by Struts2 like pug-in. I use flexigrid (jquery) to parse 1000 rows to display. But it’s so slow, and sometimes my browser crashes. (Firefox & IE). So, what is the fastest Javascript framework to parse about 1000 rows?

Unable to solve error “ Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token o ”

I am currently practicing using Javascript/Dojo. However, I have an error that I am unable to solve: Uncaught SyntaxError: Unexpected token o I have made a quick snippet of my problem: var data = { “list”: { “1”: { “Relevance”: “Low”, “id”: 1, “Name”: “Inorganic” }, “2”: { “Relevance”: “Low”, “id”: 2, “Name”: “Mobile” } […]

Replacing values in JSON object

I have the following JSON object data returned from my apicontroller : > [ {“id”:2,”text”:”PROGRAMME”,”parent”:null}, > {“id”:3,”text”:”STAGE”,”parent”:2}, > {“id”:4,”text”:”INFRA”,”parent”:2}, > {“id”:5,”text”:”SYSTEM”,”parent”:3}, > {“id”:6,”text”:”STOCK”,”parent”:3}, {“id”:7,”text”:”DPT”,”parent”:3}, > {“id”:9,”text”:”EXTERNAL”,”parent”:null} ] I want to replace “parent”:null with “parent”:'”#”‘ I have tried the code below, but it is only replacing the first occurrence of “parent”:null. How can I replace all […]

remove extra square bracket from json

how can i convert the following json format var data=[[{time:1,speed:20}]] to var data = [{time: 1, speed: 54}]; I just want to remove the extra square bracket.How it is possible

$.getJSON() doesn't work correctly the first time the script runs, but it does the second time. How do I make it run the first time?

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