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# Thursday, August 20, 2009

Just in case, if you don't know what JSON stands for - it's JavaScript Object Notation.

You may find a plenty of JSON implementations in java, so we shall add one more idea. Briefly, it's about to plug it into xml serialization infrastructure JAXB. Taking into account that JAXB now is an integral part of java platform itself, benefits are that you can transparently use the same beans for xml and JSON serialization.

What you need to do is only to provide JSON reader and writer under the hood of XMLStreamReader and XMLStreamWriter interfaces.

In spare time we shall implement this idea.

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