Updated: May 23rd, 2009
In this tutorial, I'll show you how to parse JSON using Perl. As a fun example, I'll use the new SouthParkStudios.com site released earlier this week, which contains full legal episodes of South Park. I guess the TV companies are finally getting a clue about what users want.
I will parse the first season's JSON and pull out information about individual episodes (like title, description, air date, etc) from http://www.southparkstudios.com/includes/utils/proxy_feed.php?html=season_json.jhtml%3fseason=1. Feel free to replace '1' with any valid season number.
Here's a short snippet of the JSON: