Total 5 Posts

## How to Convert JSON Object to Java Object with Jackson

In this tutorial, we'll be taking a look at how to convert a JSON object into a Java Object using Jackson, an extremely popular data-binding library for Java.

Specifically, we'll be working with this JSON object:

{
"name":"David",
"position":"Software Engineer",
"

## Reading and Writing JSON in Kotlin with Jackson

In this article we'll be taking a look at how to read and write JSON files in Kotlin, specifically, using the Jackson library.

### Jackson Dependency

To utilize Jackson, we'll want to add its jackson-module-kotlin dependency to our project. If you're using Maven, you can simply add:

<dependency>
<

## Convert JSON Array to a Java Array or List with Jackson

### Introduction

In this article, we'll convert a JSON array into a Java Array and Java List using Jackson.

Since we're using Jackson, you'll have to add it to your project. If you're using Maven, it's as easy as adding the dependency:

<dependency>
<groupId>com.fasterxml.jackson.

## Reading and Writing YAML Files in Java with Jackson

### Introduction

YAML files are nowadays being used extensively for defining properties of tools and applications due to the very human-readable syntax.

Besides containing configuration properties, they're also often used for data transmission/serialization, similar to how JSON is used.

Reading and writing YAML files is quickly becoming a basic developer

## Serialize and Deserialize XML in Java with Jackson

### Introduction

In an increasingly connected ecosystem of software systems, communication between them has become even more paramount. In turn, several technologies have been developed to package data being transferred or shared between these many and different systems.

The eXtensible Markup Language, popularly known as XML, is one of the ways