Internet Explorer 8 JSON Update for all Microsoft Windows versions

Microsoft released an update designed to correct problems identified in the native JSON feature in Internet Explorer 8. With the advent of IE8, Microsoft delivered the first variant of IE complete with native support for encoding and for decoding JSON. However, ECMAScript specification has evolved, which IE8 didn’t, customers started experiencing and reporting various issues, […]

Microsoft released an update designed to correct problems identified in the native JSON feature in Internet Explorer 8. With the advent of IE8, Microsoft delivered the first variant of IE complete with native support for encoding and for decoding JSON. However, ECMAScript specification has evolved, which IE8 didn’t, customers started experiencing and reporting various issues, which the update offered is set up to resolve. According to Redmond company, IE8 JSON refresh will resolve deviations in following methods: JSON.stringify (value [, replacer] [, space]); JSON.parse (test [, reviver]); and toJSON (). In addition to Windows 7, the update targets all other supported Windows client and server platforms, including Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, and Windows Server 2003. “JSON is an open, text-based data exchange format. Like XML, it is human-readable, platform independent, and enjoys a wide availability of implementations.”

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XP x86, x64 | Server 2003 x86, x64 | Vista x86, x64 | Server 2008 x86, x64 | Windows 7 x86, x64 | R2 x64, IA-64