Monthly Archives: February 2012

SharePoint REST JSON results differ with $top

When you have been working with the SharePoint 2010 REST API, you know it’s extremely easy to get the results you want, using jQuery and calling the URL with REST syntax from JavaScript.

Because JSON data is so much easier to use and parse than XML, I almost always use the $.getJSON functionality to get the data I want.
If you use FireFox and FireBug (of course you do!), you probably have taken a look at the data underneath. Something like this (click to enlarge):

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