Json.NET 2.0

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Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 23096
Released: May 4, 2008
Updated: Oct 27, 2008 by JamesNK
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Release Notes

Json.NET 2.0 Final
  • New feature - Documentation.chm included in download. Contains complete API documentation and quick start guides to Json.NET.
Json.NET 2.0 Beta 3
  • New feature - Added JsonObjectAttribute with ability to opt-in or opt-out members by default.
  • New feature - Added Skip() method to JsonReader.
  • New feature - Added ObjectCreationHandling property to JsonSerializer.
  • Change - LOTS of little fixes and changes to the LINQ to JSON objects.
  • Change - CultureInfo is specified across Json.NET when converting objects to and from text.
  • Change - Improved behaviour of JsonReader.Depth property.
  • Change - GetSerializableMembers on JsonSerializer is now virtual.
  • Fix - Floating point numbers now use ToString("r") to avoid an overflow error when serializing and deserializing a boundary value.
  • Fix - JsonSerializer now correctly serializes and deserializes DBNull.
  • Fix - JsonSerializer no longer errors when skipping a multi-token JSON structure.
  • Fix - Clone a JToken if it already has a parent and is being added as a child to a new token
Json.NET 2.0 Beta 2
  • New feature - Added FromObject to JObject, JArray for creating LINQ to JSON objects from regular .NET objects.
  • New feature - Added support for deserializing to an anonymous type with the DeserializeAnonymousType method.
  • New feature - Support for reading, writing and serializing the new DateTimeOffset type.
  • New feature - Added IsoDateTimeConverter class. Converts DateTimes and DateTimeOffsets to and from the ISO 8601 format.
  • New feature - Added JavaScriptDateTimeConverter class. Converts DateTimes and DateTimeOffsets to and from a JavaScript date constructor.
  • New feature - XmlNodeConverter handles serializing and deserializing JavaScript constructors.
  • New feature - Ability to force XmlNodeConverter to write a value in an array. Logic is controlled by an attribute in the XML, json:Array="true".
  • New feature - JsonSerializer supports serializing to and from LINQ to JSON objects.
  • New feature - Added Depth property to JsonReader.
  • New feature - Added JsonTextReader/JsonNodeReader and JsonTextWriter/JsonNodeWriter.
  • Change - More concise LINQ to JSON querying API.
  • Change - JsonReader and JsonWriter are now abstract.
  • Change - Dates are now serialized in a JSON complient manner, similar to ASP.NET's JavaScriptSerializer or WCF's DataContractJsonSerializer.
  • Change - JsonSerializer will serialize null rather than throwing an exception.
  • Change - The WriteTo method on LINQ to JSON objects now support JsonConverters.
  • Fix - JsonTextReader correctly parses NaN, PositiveInfinity and NegativeInfinity constants.
  • Fix - JsonSerializer properly serializes IEnumerable objects.
  • Removed - AspNetAjaxDateTimeConverter. Format is no longer used by ASP.NET AJAX.
  • Removed - JavaScriptObject, JavaScriptArray, JavaScriptConstructor. Replaced by LINQ to JSON objects.
Json.NET 2.0 Beta 1
  • New feature - LINQ to JSON!
  • New feature - Ability to specify how JsonSerializer handles null values when serializing/deserializing.
  • New feature - Ability to specify how JsonSerializer handles missing values when deserializing.
  • Change - Improved support for reading and writing JavaScript constructors.
  • Change - A new JsonWriter can now write additional tokens without erroring.
  • Bug fix - JsonSerializer handles deserializing dictionaries where the key isn't a string.
  • Bug fix - JsonReader now correctly parses hex character codes.

Reviews for this release

     
The .net 2 release has a reference to the 3.5 framework. Which make it difficult to use in a pure .net 2 library project, without incorporating the code in to the project.
by TheLogster on Jan 11, 2012 at 10:18 AM
     
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by cuihonglong on May 30, 2011 at 12:55 AM
     
Great JSON toolkit - especially like the new Linq JObject/JArray etc. support - very slick.
by bittercoder on Sep 4, 2008 at 8:35 PM