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Where change matters, XML Data Compare finds it faster

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In recent years we have seen an explosion of public data from governments and public sector institutions, providing transparency to citizens and new...

Automatic Merge Conflict Resolving for git

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This post describes how merge conflicts can be automatically resolved using maven POM files as an example. The example related to the dependencies section of...

How do I use XML or JSON for information that can be in any order?

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I presented a paper at the Balisage conference this year on the significance (or not!) of element order in XML, “Element...

Introducing XPath Notebooks

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Which programming language would you use to analyse an XML file? Nine times out of ten the answer would be XPath. Either as a standalone language or hosted by a language like XSLT, XQuery or Python...

Introducing the New License Management GUI & CLI

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DeltaXML is excited to introduce a new way of managing your licenses. We have improved the customer experience with our new portal MyDelta and introduced...

When to use XML Data Compare

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Our aims in developing XML Data Compare were twofold. First, we wanted to make it easier to use without the need for software development or programming skills...

Are You a DeltaJSON Pro User?

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Our DeltaJSON professional plan gives you access to all of the functionality available in the DeltaJSON SaaS suite. With our pro plan you can compare, merge, graft and...

Start with the DeltaJSON Starter Plan and Develop Further

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Our Starter Plan gives you access to our Structured Comparison feature free of charge. When you want to do more than...

JSON Merge Strategies: 2-way, 3-way Merges and Graft

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There are a couple of reasons to merge JSON files: 1. To combine the information in two JSON files – simple JSON Data Merge 2. Because two files have been updated...

How to represent changes in JSON

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Once you've found your JSON diffs it's time to represent them in a way that makes sense. We look at why JSON patch isn't always the best...

XML and JSON: horses for courses or a one-horse race?

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Both XML and JSON are now well established, but there is inevitably still a decision to be made as to which is best – or can we manage with only one of them?

How to compare JSON values, objects and arrays

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Comparing two JSON files is fairly straightforward, though there are a few areas where it is not quite as simple as it seems. The three literal names...