Showing posts with label XML Serialization and Deserialization. Show all posts
Showing posts with label XML Serialization and Deserialization. Show all posts

Sunday, May 5, 2013

XML Serialization and Deserialization: Part-1


The article talks about serialization of objects in XML format and deserialization of an XML file back to an object. Serialization is a process by which an object's state is transformed in some serial data format, such as XML or binary format. Deserialization on the other hand is used to convert the byte of data, such as XML or binary data, to object type. Serialization is the process of converting an object into a form that can be readily transported. For example, you can serialize an object and transport it over the Internet using HTTP between a client and a server. On the other end, deserialization reconstructs the object from the stream. XML serialization results in strongly typed classes with public properties and fields that are converted to a serial format (in this case, XML) for storage or transport.


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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

XML Serialization and Deserialization: Part-1


The article talks about serialization of objects in XML format and deserialization of an XML file back to an object. Serialization is a process by which an object's state is transformed in some serial data format, such as XML or binary format. Deserialization on the other hand is used to convert the byte of data, such as XML or binary data, to object type. Serialization is the process of converting an object into a form that can be readily transported. For example, you can serialize an object and transport it over the Internet using HTTP between a client and a server. On the other end, deserialization reconstructs the object from the stream. XML serialization results in strongly typed classes with public properties and fields that are converted to a serial format (in this case, XML) for storage or transport.


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