How to serve static .json files from a Windows Azure Website

If you upload a .json file to your Windows Azure website and try to access it, it would give you a 404 File Not Found error, because the MIME Type of .json is not set by default. This also applies in general to any file that might need a specific MIME Type. To fix this…


Serializing objects to JSON in Windows 8 using C#

So In one of my old posts I was talking about how to deserialize JSON you can head there if you’re interested in that. Today I’m going to talk about how to serialize JSON and how to use HttpClient to post it to a service. Converting object to JSON For the first part you need…


Parsing JSON in Windows Phone Apps

This blog is intended to show you how you can easily parse JSON strings in Windows Phone applications. If you are intending to reuse your parsed JSON across the project then go for the 1st Method, Otherwise if it is a one time usage, you can parse the data and that’s it then go for the 2nd Method….


Parsing JSON in Windows 8 store applications

Since you reached here I don’t think you’ll be interested why JSON is better than XML you are already using it, but if you are interested in why? Here is a great web page speaking about that (JSON: The Fat-Free Alternative to XML) but I think it’s a little bias towards JSON, but for me…