What do you need to know about the jmsserializerbundle?
JMSSerializerBundle allows you to serialize your data into a requested output format such as JSON, XML, or YAML, and vice versa. You can learn more in the documentation for the standalone library.
Which is the default format for JMS serializer?
(*) If the standalone jms/serializer is used then default format is DateTime::ISO8601 (which is not compatible with ISO-8601 despite the name). For jms/serializer-bundle the default format is DateTime::ATOM (the real ISO-8601 format) but it can be changed in configuration.
When to use serialized name annotation in serializer?
If this is not defined, the property will be translated from camel-case to a lower-cased underscored name, e.g. camelCase -> camel_case. Note that this annotation is not used when you?re using any other naming strategy than the default configuration (which includes the SerializedNameAnnotationStrategy ).
How to deserialize JSON to a specific type?
Deserialize (Utf8JsonReader, Type, JsonSerializerOptions) Reads one JSON value (including objects or arrays) from the provided reader and converts it into an instance of a specified type.
Is the JSON deserialization method compatible with TValue?
The JSON is invalid. TValue is not compatible with the JSON. There is remaining data in the string beyond a single JSON value. Using a String is not as efficient as using the UTF-8 methods since the implementation natively uses UTF-8. For more information, see How to serialize and deserialize JSON.
Deserialize (String, Type, JsonSerializerOptions) Parses the text representing a single JSON value into an instance of a specified type.