ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson 1.2.0

Install-Package ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson -Version 1.2.0
dotnet add package ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson --version 1.2.0
<PackageReference Include="ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson" Version="1.2.0" />
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paket add ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson --version 1.2.0
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#r "nuget: ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson, 1.2.0"
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#addin nuget:?package=ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson&version=1.2.0

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#tool nuget:?package=ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson&version=1.2.0
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ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson

.NET Standard library of functionality built on System.Text.Json.

Installation

ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson is hosted as a package on nuget.org. To install from the Package Manager Console in Visual Studio run:

Install-Package ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson

Further details can be found on the nuget page.

Release Notes

Releases follow semantic versioning.

Full details of the release notes can be viewed on GitHub.

Usage

All custom JsonConverter types are in namespace ByteDev.Json.SystemTextJson.Serialization.


StringToDateTimeJsonConverter

Converter allows a JSON string representation of a date time to be automatically converted to a DateTime and back again using the supplied date time format string.

public class TestEntity
{
    [JsonPropertyName("datetime")]
    public DateTime MyDateTime { get; set; }
}
var converter = new StringToDateTimeJsonConverter("yyyy-MM-dd HH:mm:ss");

var options = new JsonSerializerOptions();
options.Converters.Add(converter);

string json = "{\"datetime\":\"2022-01-12 09:59:20\"}";

var obj = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<TestEntity>(json, options);

var newJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize(obj, options);

// newJson == json

UnixEpochTimeToDateTimeJsonConverter

Converter allows a JSON number representation of a Unix epoch time to be automatically converted to a DateTime and back again.

Both Unix epoch times as seconds or milliseconds are supported.

The converter assumes that the DateTime is UTC.

public class TestEntity
{
    [JsonPropertyName("datetime")]
    public DateTime MyDateTime { get; set; }
}
var converter = new UnixEpochTimeToDateTimeJsonConverter
{
    Precision = UnixEpochTimePrecision.Seconds
};

var options = new JsonSerializerOptions();
options.Converters.Add(converter);

string json = "{\"datetime\":1641974376}";

var obj = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<TestEntity>(json, options);

var newJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize(obj, options);

// newJson == json

EnumJsonConverter

Converter allows a JSON number or string representation of an enum to be automatically converted to a specified Enum.

As well as supporting both enum value (number) and name (string) alias string names can also be specified through use of JsonEnumStringValueAttribute.

public enum LightSwitch
{
    On = 1,
        
    [JsonEnumStringValue("switchOff")]
    Off = 2,

    Faulty = 3
}

public class MyHouse
{
    [JsonPropertyName("lights")]
    public LightSwitch BedroomLights { get; set; }
}
var converter = new EnumJsonConverter<LightSwitch>
{
    // false => Enum number value used
    // true => Enum string name used 
    // (or JsonEnumStringValueAttribute value if defined)
    WriteEnumName = true
};

var options = new JsonSerializerOptions();
options.Converters.Add(converter);

// Example JSON representations:
// - Using enum value => {"lights":1}
// - Using enum name => {"lights":"On"}
// - Using attribute name => {"lights":"switchOff"}

string json = "{\"lights\":\"switchOff\"}";

var obj = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<MyHouse>(json, options);

var newJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize(obj, options);

// newJson == json

NumberToBoolJsonConverter

Converter allows a JSON number (integer) to be automatically converted to a .NET Boolean.

public class BoolEntity
{
    [JsonPropertyName("myBool")]
    public bool MyBool { get; set; }
}
// Optional true/false integer representations params
var converter = new NumberToBoolJsonConverter();

var options = new JsonSerializerOptions();
options.Converters.Add(converter);

string json = "{\"myBool\":1}";

var obj = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<BoolEntity>(json, options);

// obj.MyBool == true

var newJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize(obj, options);

// newJson == json

StringToBoolJsonConverter

Converter allows a JSON string to be automatically converted to a .NET Boolean.

public class BoolEntity
{
    [JsonPropertyName("myBool")]
    public bool MyBool { get; set; }
}
var converter = new StringToBoolJsonConverter("N", "Y");

var options = new JsonSerializerOptions();
options.Converters.Add(converter);

string json = "{\"myBool\":\"Y\"}";

var obj = JsonSerializer.Deserialize<BoolEntity>(json, options);

// obj.MyBool == true

var newJson = JsonSerializer.Serialize(obj, options);

// newJson == json

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