YAML, JSON & JSONPath For Absolute Beginners Free Download
Checkout why this is the best course to get start with learning YAML, JSON and JSONPath. Comes with practices exercises.
What you’ll learn:
Understanding the Basics of JSON, YAML and JSONPath
Getting Comfortable with Writing Manifest files in JSON and YAML And writing JSONPath Expressions
Using various tools to Validate and Test the JSON, YAML & JSONPath
Learning How to Convert XML to JSON, JSON to YAML and Vice Versa.
Couse Comes with Practice Exercises to test your skills in JSON, YAML and JSONPath
Provided “Further Readings” for each topic to help you expand your knowledge in JSON, YAML & JSONPath
In this course, you will learn about JSON, YAML, and JSONPath.
In the first part, you will learn about JSON. JSON is primarily used in web development, where the data is being stored and transmitted. This is slowly replacing the XML.
Once you get comfortable with it, we will move on to the second part, which is YAML. YAML is primarily used in Tools such as Ansible and Kubernetes.
Finally, in part-3, you will learn about JSONPath. JSONPath is used to extract a subset of data from JSON files. This is similar to SQL for relational Databases.
This course is going to be a good start for anyone who is just getting started with JSON, YAML, and JSONPath.
And one more good news is, you can purchase this course at the price of a lunch.
If you are NOT satisfied after your purchase, you will get a 100% money-back guarantee with no questions asked.
With that, I’m very excited to be part of your Journey. See you all in this course!About Me:Hi! I’m Srinath Challa. I’m the founder of KubeEd(com) and started this company with a passion for teaching Technology, especially Kubernetes. I’ve helped hundreds of thousands of students learn Kubernetes and change their lives by becoming a DevOps Engineer/SREs with building a solid foundation in Kubernetes. I’ve been invited by many mid-to-large scale companies to teach their employees Kubernetes.
Who this course is for:
Anyone who is curious to learn the basics of JSON, YAML and JSONPath.