Posts Tagged JSON

Avoiding serialization issues in SharePoint property bags by using JSON

Storing application settings in a SharePoint solution can be done in numerous ways. One of the more robust solutions is to use the property bags that exist all throughout the hierarchy of the SharePoint object model. The only real issue that we have in all of these property bags are that we can store any […]

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Introducing the jQuery CRUD extension

I’ve been getting my hands dirty with some jQuery/JavaScript, WCF, JSON, and REST lately doing a back-end domain layer exposed via WCF as RESTful service operations that communicate via JSON. On the client I’ve used jQuery as means for communicating with the WCF endpoints to get data and create/update/delete data…aka CRUD. What I’ve come to learn is […]

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