Join Ketkee Aryamane for an in-depth discussion in this video Next steps, part of Java EE 8: JSON-B.
- [Instructor] Thank you so much for spending time…with me on this course, I really hope…that it was of great help to you.…There are many third party libraries that we have,…Google Gson, Jackson, and we saw JSON-B today.…JSON-B would definitely be preferred,…because it comes with the Enterprise edition platform…there as a standard now.…Now these data formats keep evolving.…It was XML first, then came JSON,…and now there's a new thing which is called…Protocol Buffers that Google has come up with.…That's the official page of Protocol Buffers,…and that's again a language neutral,…platform neutral, extensible mechanism…for serializing structured data.…
It's really good to go through this documentation…and find out what more in this.…So, until we meet next time, enjoy coding.…
- 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
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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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