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  • n. Plural form of serializer.


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  • And the ARG people have a piece of the puzzle, and the blog RP people have a piece of the puzzle, and the internet serializers have a piece of the puzzle, and the hypertext people have a piece of the puzzle, and the meme jockeys have a piece of the puzzle.

    what if you knew her and found her dead on the ground?

  • The serializers for Django are a mess but simplejson is lovely.

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  • Finally, this sample (as well as most other samples in this series) uses extensibility points other than the one for this post (e.g., operation behavior, custom serializers, etc.) which are necessary to get a realistic scenario going.

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  • Delivers the industry's highest EPON ONU integration including a 10 Gbps media access controller, 10 Gbps EPON serializers/deserializers and forward error correction, a four-port

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  • Most of the previous "serializers" including the IFormatter interface.

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  • Net serializers, with or without the wrapper, will fail without a custom JavaScriptTypeResolver.

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  • For JSON.response, ASP. NET MVC 2 is easier to be integrated with 3rd party serializers such as JSON. NET.


  • Most JSON serializers mimic object serialization libraries and try to serialize the entire object graph from the object being turned into JSON.

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  • I wrote Sterling to be a simple serialization engine to avoid having to deal with the goop of writing my own serializers all of the time.

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  • It generate the raw level byte [] for the primitive types, but the Silverlight serializers are based on XML data. is another great C# version of the Protobuf.

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