Manatee.Json (Part 3: User-Defined Serialization)

In the past couple posts, we’ve looked at JSON as a language, how to represent it in code, and how to translate between JSON in a string and our object model. Now, let’s take a look at how we can make JSON work for us.

Most notably, JSON is used as an alternative data transfer format to XML in web API calls (usually, but not exclusively, in REST services). This is accomplished through the power of serialization. Continue reading “Manatee.Json (Part 3: User-Defined Serialization)”