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NAME

autobox::JSON - bringing JSON functions to autobox

VERSION

version 0.0006

SYNOPSIS

    use autobox::JSON;

    say {name => 'Jim', age => 34}->encode_json;
    # {"name":"Jim","age":46}

    my $person = '{"name":"Jim","age":46}'->decode_json
    # {name => 'Jim', age => 34}

    my $serialized_person = $person->encode_json;
    # {"name":"Jim","age":46}

    # works on arrays too
    [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]->encode_json;

METHODS

encode_json

This method behaves the same as "encode_json" in JSON.

encode_json_pretty

This method is identical to "encode_json", except that it also "prettifies" the output, making it easier for us mortals to read. This is useful especially when dumping a JSON structure to something reasonable for, say, debug or other purposes.

It is functionally the same as:

    JSON->new->utf8->canonical->pretty->encode($ref)

decode_json

This method behaves the same as "decode_json" in JSON.

DEPRECIATED METHODS

to_json (depreciated)

This method behaves the same as "to_json" in JSON.

This method is depreciated because the JSON documentation itself prefers encode_json.

from_json (depreciated)

This method behaves the same as "from_json" in JSON.

This method is depreciated as the JSON documentation itself prefers decode_json.

SEE ALSO

autobox JSON autobox::Core

AUTHOR

Robin Edwards, <robin.ge@gmail.com>

http://github.com/robinedwards/

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright (C) 2011 by Robin Edwards

This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself, either Perl version 5.12.3 or, at your option, any later version of Perl 5 you may have available.




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