Hanjst uses JSON for data transition from back-end to front-end.
As described in JSON homepage,
Therefore JSON is an ideal data structure for GWA2 with Java, PHP, Perl, Python and Aspx. From a engineer’s perspective, JSON is also easily-understood and clear, clean and concise textual representation.
Even out of GWA2, Hanjst can work well with any other unlisted languages in back-end.
According to JSON homepage, almost every language has at least one available and open source library to transform data in its own structure from and to JSON.
Hanjst reads data in JSON from the client-side page.
That’s also another key point which drives us make this commitment to choosing JSON as the carrier of inter-change data.