Json.NET makes working with JSON formatted data in .NET simple. Quickly read and write JSON using LINQ to JSON or serialize your .NET objects with a single method call using the JsonSerializer.
-Flexible JSON serializer to convert .NET objects to JSON and back again
-LINQ to JSON for reading and writing JSON
-Writes indented, easy to read JSON
-Convert JSON to and from XML
-Supports Silverlight and Windows Phone
Json.NET comes in different versions for the various .NET frameworks.
.NET latest (4.0)
.NET 3.5 SP1, Mono
Windows Phone 7
Microsoft stopped support for the Compact Framework in Visual Studio 2010.
For a Compact Framework 3.5 build download Json.NET 3.5.
For a Silverlight 3.0 build down download Json.NET 3.5.
1. Extract Newtonsoft.Json.dll and Newtonsoft.Json.xml from the archive's /bin directory into your own applications.
2. Add a reference to Newtonsoft.Json.dll within Visual Studio.NET to your project.
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