This tool allows you to convert an XML string/file into a JSON string/file.
Convert input XML string with the chosen text encoding and chosen indentation level into readable JSON format.
To understand the usefulness and importance of JSON, we'll have to understand a bit about the history of interactivity on the web.
In the early 2000s, interactivity on the web began to transform. At the time, the browser served mainly as a dumb client to display information,
and the server did all of the hard work to prepare the content for display. When a user clicked on a link or a button in the browser,
a request would be sent to the server, the server would prepare the information needed as HTML, and the browser would render the HTML as a new page.
This pattern was sluggish and inefficient, requiring the browser to re-render everything on the page even if only a section of the page had changed.
Because full-page reloads were costly, web developers looked to newer technologies to improve the overall user experience.
Meanwhile, the capability of making web requests in the background while a page was being shown, which had recently been introduced in Internet Explorer 5,
was proving to be a viable approach to loading data incrementally for display. Instead of reloading the entire contents of the page,
clicking the refresh button would trigger a web request that would load in the background. When the contents were loaded, the data could be manipulated, saved,