[x3d-public] X3D JSON encoding: .x3d to .json stylesheet, examples available for continued work

Don Brutzman brutzman at nps.edu
Wed Oct 28 13:35:55 PDT 2015

Please don't work on a streaming parser on my account!

simpler is better, let's keep simplifying the representation.  special streaming support shouldn't be required.

if you show us a better JSON representation for the example X3D scenes, am happy to pursue producing that.

On 10/28/2015 1:12 PM, John Carlson wrote:
> Not only that, a streaming parser like clarinet, is an order of magnitude slower than Chrome (V8) or Node (V8) in parsing JSON.   See http://writings.nunojob.com/2011/12/clarinet-sax-based-evented-streaming-json-parser-in-javascript-for-the-browser-and-nodejs.html for analysis.
> That means seconds of response time compared to sub second response time.
> Please don’t require a streaming parser, PLEASE!  What do I have to trade for no duplicates keys in X3D JSON???
> Back to working on streaming parsing,
> John

all the best, Don
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