Today JSON is the standard for configurations, REST service requests and many more areas.
The @formula language is extremely efficient and can be used in many places.
Having both work together, would be very powerful and allow better integration .
I just worked with https://stedolan.github.io/jq/ for reading REST response data in bash . And I would love to be able to integrate applications leveraging the same type of functionality in Notes.
Parsing JSON is the important part. Creating JSON for requests usually is easy (also because e.g. the post data for REST requests is easier).
So having simple JSON parsing functionality in @Formulas would what we need 80% of the time.
[ Daniel Nashed / http://blog.nashcom.de ]