JSON data is ubiquitous, constantly flowing between web services. But when you have a largish blob of the stuff how do you inspect it's structure or quickly extract the piece you need? Enter the handy little utility jq. jq is a tool to query, filter, reshape, and otherwise be your JSON swiss army knife. Let's dive into how it works.
We have invested a lot of time in our unit and acceptance testing, but we also need to test our application after deployment or on a staging infrastructure. We have looked into several tools, including Selenium and Testacular, but found that CasperJS provides the perfect mix of being easy to use and being powerful enough for our purposes. While we are still starting to integrate it into our workflow we want to show you the power it provides and introduce you to its power already.
Nobody truly understands how the world works. It is too complex. Instead, we build models that we believe are close to how the real thing works. We then use those models to discover new things and expand our understanding of how the world works.
All right, so let me clear the air at the start. This really isn't "Multi-dimensional" in the sense that you can use one query line of code to get your desired results, but it is a way you can query a Pointer relation in your Class with data from the other Class the Pointer is pointing to.