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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.

How to serialize a JavaScript object in jQuery?

An alternative solution, in case you are needing to do this on an ajax file upload: OR even simpler. When you want to add a javascript object to the form data, you can use the following code call $.param (arr) to get serialized string, which could be used as jquery ajax’s data param.

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.

How to deserialize a string in JavaScript?

Deserialize (String, Type, JsonSerializerOptions) Parses the text representing a single JSON value into an instance of a specified type.