Learn how to use JSON data in your Java applications. Find out how to convert Java objects to and from JSON using the JSON-B API built into Java EE.
But what if you get an API which comes bundled with the Enterprise Edition platform as a standard and offers you all the features that the third parties do, out of the box? Yes, that's possible, in this course we are going to talk about why do you need JSON-B, what are the features that it provides you, and then how do you plug it in in your application? We will see the default settings, the customize settings that it provides you. And at the end of the course, we will a small JAX-RS, which is a RESTful service application, and understand how JSON Binding can be used along with it.
So let's get started.
- JSON and JSON-B API basics
- Default mapping
- Defining beans and data
- Customized mapping
- Customizing the order of serialized properties
- Customizing constructors
- Working with binary data
- Custom serializers and deserializers
- Demo: Using JSON-B in a web application
Skill Level Intermediate
Java EE: Servlets and JavaServer Pages (JSP)with Ketkee Aryamane6h 14m Intermediate
Java EE: RESTful Service with JAX-RS 2.0with Alex Theedom2h 17m Intermediate
Map Java objects to JSON1m 14s
1. Overview and Setup
2. JSON Binding API: Default Mapping
3. JSON Binding API: Customized Mapping, Part 1
4. JSON Binding API: Customized Mapping, Part 2
5. Adapters and Serializers
6. JSON-B in a Web Application
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