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JavaScript JSON Cookbook by Ray Rischpater

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Reading and writing JSON in F#

F# is a language running on the CLR and .NET that excels in functional and object-oriented programming tasks. Because it's on top of .NET, you can use third-party libraries such as Json.NET (mentioned in Chapter 1, Reading and Writing JSON on the Client) to convert between JSON and CLR objects. However, there's a better way: the open source library F# Data, which creates native data type providers to process data in a number of different structured formats, including JSON.

Getting ready

Begin by getting a copy of the library, available at https://github.com/fsharp/FSharp.Data. Once you download it, you'll need to build it; you can do this by running the build.cmd build batch file that comes with the distribution (for ...

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