Dr. Mark Humphrys

School of Computing. Dublin City University.

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JSON example - Flickr JSON feeds

		"title": "Recent Uploads tagged louvre",
		"link": "http://www.flickr.com/photos/tags/louvre/",
		"description": "",
		"modified": "2016-02-29T15:43:47Z",
		"generator": "http://www.flickr.com/",
		"items": [
			"title": "Louvre Sunset",
			"link": "http://www.flickr.com/photos/frankwiegand/25378218695/",
			"media": {"m":"http://farm2.staticflickr.com/1624/25378218695_99bf5c58ec_m.jpg"},
			"date_taken": "2016-02-29T07:42:56-08:00",
			"description": " STRING OF HTML HERE ",
			"published": "2016-02-29T15:43:47Z",
			"author": "nobody@flickr.com (Frank Wiegand Photography)",
			"author_id": "132296773@N05",
			"tags": "autumn sunset paris france .... louvre herbst stadt wiegand"


JSON feed of images tagged with "Louvre" from Flickr.


JSONP - Workaround to same origin policy

JSON can be used in a workaround to the Same origin policy.

How JSONP works



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On the Internet since 1987.

Wikipedia: Sometimes I link to Wikipedia. I have written something In defence of Wikipedia. It is often a useful starting point but you cannot trust it. Linking to it is like linking to a Google search. A starting point, not a destination. I automatically highlight in red all links to Wikipedia and Google search and other possibly-unreliable user-generated content.