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Hi all.

Today I read a topic related to XML, Serializing and Deserializing object, I enjoyed it because it provides an awesome way to convert objects (like classes) to XML. Before today, I used for loops and tags to build XML file, which needs alot of time and takes much of work when I need to modify the XML.

In this post, I will make a simple example to introduce this issue, I’ll use C#, if you need any help in VB.NET please send to me.

I will not talk about XML, I suppose you know whats the benefits and drawbacks of XML, but I will mention two important things when you need to serialize class to XML: › Continue reading…

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JSON (pronounced like “Jason“): short for JavaScript Object Notation, is a lightweight computer data interchange format. It is a text-based, human-readable format for representing simple data structures and associative arrays. The official Internet media type for JSON is “application/json“. The JSON file extension is .json.

The JSON format is often used for serialization, transmitting structured data over a network connection. Its main application is in Ajax web application programming, where it serves as an alternative to the use of the XML format. JSON is supported by MSIE 5.5+, Mozilla/4.0 and most of other browsers.

Now let’s do some examples.

In Javascript we know how to declare and initiate an object: › Continue reading…

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