Last week we compared a number of different data-interchange formats and I explained why my current favourite is JSON.
JSON’s syntax is very simple. So easy in fact, that it can be expressed on a single page.
This makes it easy to remember and write. Further, it makes writing a JSON parser very easy as well.
However, there already are many solutions for all major, and many smaller languages and environments.
So instead of reinventing the wheel, today I would like to give an introduction to Json.NET, the library I have been using to read and write JSON for about two years now.