JSON is a lightweight, text-based data exchange format that humans and machines can read and write. Over the years, it has become the industry standard for sharing data across multiple applications and systems, especially in web and JavaScript-based applications.

JSON makes it easy to store and exchange data, but it lacks the ability to communicate additional information, such as the shape of the data, which fields are missing, or what similar data is supposed to look like. It also cannot provide additional context to its properties, which leaves room for too many assumptions and can make it difficult to work with. Let’s take a look at the JSON object below:

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