JSON deserialization with JSON.net: caching results - by @LocalJoost
On January 22 I promised this to be a three-part series. I’ve been kinda busy with upgrading apps, Windows 8 experiments and trivial ;-) stuff like code camps, an MVP summit, preparing my first and second talk about Windows Phone and whatnot and made you wait for the final part for exactly three months – but those who know me, know I stick my promises, so here’s the third and final part of my JSON for Windows Phone series.
In part 1 of this series I described the basics of creating classes from a JSON string and then simply deserializing the string into a (list of) classes. In part 2 I showed how to use JSONConverter subclasses to handle complex stuff the deserializer cannot handle out of the box, like class hierarchies. Part 3, as promised, shows a way to cache results - which makes your application faster, more responsive and more battery/data plan friendly.
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Kunal is the Site Admin and Contributor of Silverlight-Zone. He is a Software Engineer, Microsoft Silverlight MVP, Code Project Mentor and a Code Project MVP. He is also an active Author in SilverlightShow.net and a speaker in various community events. He works on Microsoft Platform and very passionate about Silverlight technology. He started his career in 2007 and achieved various awards during his professional life.
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