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The JavaScriptSerializer.Deserialize<T>(input) method attempts to deserialize a string of valid JSON into an object of the specified type <T>, using the default mappings natively supported by JavaScriptSerializer. using System.Collections; using System.Web.Script.Serialization; // ....
internal class Sequence{ public string Name; public List<int> Numbers; } // ... string rawJSON = "{\"Name\":\"Fibonacci Sequence\",\"Numbers\":[0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13]}"; Sequence sequence = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<Seque...
[JsonObject("person")] public class Person { [JsonProperty("name")] public string PersonName { get; set; } [JsonProperty("age")] public int PersonAge { get; set; } [JsonIgnore] public string Address { get; set; } } Person person = new...
Unlike the other helpers, this one uses static class helpers to serialize and deserialize, hence it is a little bit easier than the others to use. using Newtonsoft.Json; var rawJSON = "{\"Name\":\"Fibonacci Sequence\",\"Numbers\":[0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13]}...
Newtonsoft's Json.NET allows you to bind json dynamically (using ExpandoObject / Dynamic objects) without the need to create the type explicitly. Serialization dynamic jsonObject = new ExpandoObject(); jsonObject.Title = "Merchent of Venice"; jsonObject.Author = "William Shakes...
This serializer has some nice features that the default .net json serializer doesn't have, like Null value handling, you just need to create the JsonSerializerSettings : public static string Serialize(T obj) { string result = JsonConvert.SerializeObject(obj, new JsonSerializerSettings { NullVa...

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