why we are using JSON file to create config file, what’s the use and why?
Hi @meeraa ,
We usually rely on Excel Workbooks, but you can use JSON as well.
The only benefit I can think of is probably the speed. JSON is easy to read and takes less time than looping through each sheet and row of an Excel workbook.
May we ask you to confirm that you are talking about the project.json file or let us know more details on the example that you are refering.
I found that we are also create JSON file as config file, so I need clarification on why JSON and what’s the use.
still not confirmed to which example you are refering
depends on the specific example and can have many aspects as:
- flexibility in handling different structures (key-value, tree…)
looks that the developer decided to use json
typical drivers can be as mentioned above:
probably the logic is
if config.json exists, read it as a dictionary. otherwise if it doesnt exist, read config.xlsx and write the dictionary to config.json
reading config.json as a dictionary is a lot faster than reading config.xlsx. (few milliseconds compared to few seconds to read xlsx file)
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