Deserialize JSON with

If you are working with JSON data in your .NET application, you will likely need to deserialize that data at some point. One popular library for deserializing JSON in .NET is

To deserialize JSON with, you will first need to include the library in your project. You can do this by using the NuGet package manager in Visual Studio or by manually downloading and adding the library to your project.

Once you have the library installed, you can use the JsonConvert class to deserialize your JSON data. Here is an example:

string json = "{ 'name': 'John Smith', 'age': 30 }";
Person person = JsonConvert.DeserializeObject<Person>(json);

In this example, we have a JSON string that represents a Person object with a name and age property. We use the JsonConvert.DeserializeObject method to deserialize the JSON into a Person object.

Note that we use the generic version of the JsonConvert.DeserializeObject method to specify the type of object we want to deserialize the JSON into.

Overall, using to deserialize JSON in your .NET application is a straightforward process. With a few lines of code, you can easily convert your JSON data into a strongly-typed object that you can work with in your application.

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