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

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

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...

A deep-dive into managing your SaaS data

At DeltaXML we are actively working on Software as a Service (SaaS) products. These are services for JSON and XML where we provide both the comparison and...

Securely handling your data in SaaS

Using any SaaS system raises questions about data security, confidentiality or data protection regulations. We want our customers using DeltaJSON SaaS...

Making Licence Management More Simple

From 22nd Feb 2021 we are making some exciting changes to the way we deliver new licensing and download services to our existing customers, retiring the...

Introducing DeltaJSON – A New Way to Diff JSON Data

In DeltaJSON we have developed a new approach to handling change in JSON data, one that really understands JSON structure. I am sure this will be welcomed by...

How a Major Financial Services Company Saved Time and Labour by Updating Their Existing Workflows

"XML Compare is one of the key elements of the data processing workflow...

Our Stance on Java

Java has undergone some fairly major licensing changes in recent years and we have experienced different reactions to that from our customers. Some are unconcerned, continuing with the...

Matching Records that are in No Particular Order

By default, elements are treated as ordered when XML Data Compare aligns XML elements for comparison. However, in certain instances such as entries in an...

Comparing Config Files with XML Data Compare

Configuration files generally include settings for the system they are designed for. At DeltaXML we sometimes want to compare the config files for different...

Using Numeric Tolerances with XML Data Compare

XML is often used to represent engineering, scientific, or financial data where numeric values are important. Sometimes small changes in these values are not...

First Steps with XML Data Compare

Optimised for XML containing structured data, as opposed to XML documents which contain more narrative free-flowing content, XML Data Compare is the new...