Why are we here?

This page is for the non-Javascript considerations of JSON: ie, integration in other languages or environment.



with ASP.NET

An Introduction to JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) in JavaScript and .NET
ASP.NET – JSON – Serialization and Deserialization



Why Jayrock, instead of Microsoft’s own ASP.NET AJAX library?

  • Jayrock is open-source, making it possible to extend or customize as needed.
  • Jayrock can be used in ASP.NET 1.x, 2.0, and Mono applications, whereas ASP.NET AJAX is for ASP.NET version 2.0 only.
  • Jayrock’s scope is limited to JSON and JSON-RPC, and the former is the main focus of this article. While ASP.NET AJAX includes some support for creating and parsing JSON text, its primary purpose is to offer a rich platform for building end-to-end Ajax-style web applications in ASP.NET. The extra bells and whistles can be distracting when your main focus is JSON.



See Also

JavaScript.JSON - for the JS part of JSON