Serializing Objects Performance: XML Serialization

XML serialization has been around ever since .NET was released since it was so widely used back then. It’s still widely used, especially for legacy applications and services, even iTunes still uses XML to store library information. Benchmark results are for .NET 5 & 6.

The New JSON Serializer in .NET Core 3

The release of .NET Core 3 last month introduces a brand new serializer for JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) under the System.Text.Json namespace. The Microsoft documentation states: The System.Text.Json namespace provides high-performance, low-allocating, and standards-compliant capabilities to process JavaScript Object Notation (JSON), which includes serializing objects to JSON text and deserializing JSON text to objects, with … Continue reading The New JSON Serializer in .NET Core 3