Bridging the gap between data and code I don’t know about you, but I absolutely love JSON. JSON, or JavaScript Object Notation, is a way to store and transport data. Whether we’re generating JSON objects to be sent from the server or accepting JSON objects from the client, we need to understand the JSON format. Don’t think too much into it: JSON is just a string. JSON can start with either a bracket ( [ ) or a curly brace ( { ). Either works. The object is represented with a curly brace and an ordered list starts with a