- FYI, an update for JsonFx JsonSerializer is available. Round-trip support is improved for strongly typed objects. http://jsonfx.net/BuildTools/ Features: -Message 1 of 4 , Feb 5, 2008View SourceFYI, an update for JsonFx JsonSerializer is available. Round-trip
support is improved for strongly typed objects.
- Functions like XML Serialization in .NET, including the optional
ability to control serialization via attributes/interfaces
- Serializes and deserializes IDictionary<String, T> and IDictionary
with String keys directly as a JSON object
- Serializes and deserializes List<T>, ArrayList, LinkedList<T>,
Queue<T> and many other IEnumerable types directly as JSON arrays
- Serializes and deserializes DateTime, Enum, Nullable<T>, Guid and
other common .NET Types directly as JSON primitives
- Serializes and deserializes strongly-typed classes (similarly to
XML Serialization in .NET)
- Just wanted to share that the source code repository for the JSON serializer in JsonFx.NET (as well as the full Ajax framework) has been migrated to GoogleMessage 2 of 4 , Jul 26, 2009View SourceJust wanted to share that the source code repository for the JSON serializer in JsonFx.NET (as well as the full Ajax framework) has been migrated to Google Code.
The JsonFx website will continue to remain the official source for JsonFx information and will link to Google Code for source:
--- In email@example.com, "Stephen M. McKamey" <jsonml@...> wrote:
> I've been using my C# JSON parser for about a year now as I've been
> building out a larger end-to-end Ajax framework. Last week, I released
> the JSON parser which the framework is built upon.
> The parser/serializer is written in C# and is intended to be as easy to
> use as XML serialization in .NET. It includes the option to control
> serialization using attributes or implementing an interface. It has
> the ability to serialize and deserialize strongly-typed classes.
> Until the entire framework is available, I encourage you to try out the
> Stephen McKamey