JSON tutorial

String is a sequence of zero or more Unicode characters. Strings wrapped in double quotes using backslash escapes. A string is like a C or Java string and a character is represented as a single character string. The JSON String interface allows a toJSONString() method so that a class can change the behavior of JSONObject.toString(), […]

MVC framework allows the JsonResult for Controller actions. jQuery received a huge surge of interest of the ASP.NET MVC community. Getting an AJAX request with jQuery and JSON in MVC is actually pretty simple. The first step is to have a Controller action that returns a JsonResult: public JsonResult GetStateList() { List<ListItem> list = new […]

Json object is an unordered set of names or values. Json object begins with Left braces ({) and end with right braces (}). Here each name is followed by colon (:) and the name or value pairs are separated by comma (,). Json provide native object support. Json method helps for converting values to Json […]