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JsonFx v2.0 - JSON serialization framework for .NET. It has unified interface for reading / writing JSON, BSON, XML, JsonML. It implements LINQ-to-JSON, Supports reading/writing using DataContract, XmlSerialization, JsonName, attributes and lot more.
Jackson is a multi-purpose Java library for processing JSON data format. This project contains core low-level incremental ("streaming") parser and generator abstractions used by Jackson Data Processor. It also includes the default implementation of handler types (parser, generator) that handle JSON format.
Json generator and parser written in C#. Besides basic json support, this library enables you to fluently map your custom types to the json data format. It is thread safe and ensures strong type safe. All functionality is provides from a single (static member) class.
JSONSharp is a C# library for generating JSON-formatted data. The library is very lightweight and fully object-oriented. The library was born out of a need to generate JSON-compliant strings from the server-side of a .Net application. The library is easily extensible to handle specific implementations to ease the syntactical burden of incorporating the library into your own project.
JSON.simple is a simple Java toolkit for JSON. You can use JSON.simple to encode or decode JSON text. It Provides multiple functionalities such as encode, decode/parse and escape JSON text while keeping the library lightweight. It supports streaming output of JSON text, Heap based parser.
JSON4Java is a set of Java libraries and tools for manipulating JSON. It includes JSON text document parser, Support for parsing and serializing to Java primitives (strings, numbers, booleans, and List/Map collections). The architecture of JSON4Java is based on components which emit or consume streams of JSON events, similar to how XML pull parsers work.