JSON support is an important part of Java EE. This session provides a deep dive into JSON-P and JSON-B APIs, explains how they are connected and can be used together. I will introduce and demonstrate new JSON-P features such as JSON Patch, JSON Pointer, and JSON Merge Patch as well as JSON-B features such as default and customized mapping, adapters, and serializers.
Samples repository is located here.
I am glad to inform you JSON-B RI and EclipseLink projects have been successfully separated. It was not a union of heart, but more marriage of convenience. Both projects had the same committers. Therefore, JSON-B RI was started in a directory inside EclipseLink project. But when JSON-B RI project started to be more and more mature we started to realize that the idea of hosting it inside EclipseLink project was not so good. These projects have different release cycles and different committers. Currently all JSON-B RI committers are EclipseLink committers, but not vice versa. Also, it can change in future, when more JSONB-RI committers are added.
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Here are slides from my sessions on java2days conference in Sofia (Bulgaria) which I’ve done together with Werner Keil. I would like to say thanks to all people who attended my talks. Your questions were smart and your ideas were constructive.
As bonus here is a link to a small photo album with night pictures of Sofia I took during my stay there.
This screencast is a copy of my presentation on JavaOne 2016.
Learn about new developments in the JSON Binding specification (JSR 367). This session covers the latest status and plans of the specification and provides a deep dive into main areas such as the runtime API and default and customized mappings.
Slides can be downloaded here.
This is a recorded session from my and Roman Grigoriadi “JSON-B introduction and comparison with other frameworks” presentation on CZJUG meeting on 4 April 2016.
Recording is available on slideslive.com.