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The BuiltWith C++ Sample Code by StackOverflow demonstrates how to create a JSON parser and writer to interact with the API, since developers aim to integrate domain reporting into applications. GitHub links and native JSON benchmark are available as additional answers. One user presents JSMN (as Jasmine) to minimally parse JSON in C.
The BuiltWith PHP Sample Code by StackOverflow demonstrates how to parse JSON to access the API and integrate website reporting features. Users recommend recursive array iteration and JSON decoding as additional resources.
The BuiltWith Java Sample Code by StackOverflow shows how to parse JSON via Java, allowing API interaction and website reporting integrations as an interface result. Additional suggestions present GSON, json.org, and JAR file as resources.
The BuiltWith C# Sample Code by StackOverflow is the answer to parsing JSON via C#. Code is available as well as links to writing a parsing component. Additional user answers recommend JSON.net, JSON code without library, and web extensions as resources.
The BuiltWith Python Sample Code by StackOverflow is available as a user answer to explain obtaining JSON from the web into Python script. Code is visible as well as additional answers that suggest JSON decoder, libraries, and returns as resources.