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Using Google GSON : Extra Goodies : Part I

Introduction This is follow-up article to previous Getting Started with Google GSON where it shows the introductory material on using the Google Gson. This article shows some extra ...
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Using Google GSON : Extra Goodies : Part II

We continue with Using GSON from last article, also in case you missed the first article in series here is link. So, here we go with another installment in series. Versioning Support If ...
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Getting Started with Google GSON

In Java world,  JSON is becoming de facto standard for data exchange format over XML because of its ease of use and efficiency in terms of transferring it. If you don’t know about ...
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Parsing ESPN API using Java and Google GSON

For my first post, I’ll explain how to parse the ESPN API.  The API documentation can be found at http://developer.espn.com/docs. Firstly, you’ll need to request an API ...
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Prime-UI, JAX-RS with Jersey and Gson on Oracle Cloud

The Oracle Cloud is around everywhere these days. It had a rough start with Larry denying the need for a cloud for a very (too) long time and some very early announcements and a very ...
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JSON with GSON and abstract classes

I have switched to Google Gson after many years of using org.json library for supporting JSON data interchange format in Java. org.json is a lower-level library, so that you have ...
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Cloning of Serializable and Non-Serializable Java Objects

Frequently developers rely on 3d party libraries to avoid reinventing the wheel, particularly in the Java world, with projects like Apache and Spring so prevalent. When dealing with ...
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Android JSON Parsing with Gson Revisited

A while ago we hosted an article about using Gson for JSON parsing with Android. The tutorial was a simple showcase of how to leverage Gson with Android. Recently, Bill Mote from the ...
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Android JSON Parsing with Gson Tutorial

Apart from XML, JSON is a very common format used in API responses. Its simplicity has helped to gain quite the adoption in favor of the more verbose XML. Additionally, JSON can easily ...
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