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Improving Maintainability of Legacy Code With a JSON Architecture

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This article details how to make a legacy code base more maintainable by utilizing a JSON architecture.



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Cayen Systems develops online data management software for non-profit and education organizations with a team of experienced and dedicated individuals located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. We provide the most comprehensive software solutions for information management, tracking and data reporting available today. Specializing in developing easy to use and efficient solutions, we consistently help our clients increase their productivity and reduce the costs of program management.
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