JSON and XML, both are well-known structured formats that are vastly used by developers to transmit data. There are many requirements where, as a programmer, we need the conversion between JSON and XML data formats. In this article, you will learn how to convert JSON data into XML format using C#.
The following topics are covered below:
.NET API for JSON and XML Conversion
GroupDocs.Conversion provides a .NET API that allows automating the conversion of different documents, images, and other file formats into one another. I am using the same API here to convert JSON files into XML format using C#. Along with the JSON and XML conversion, the API supports many other back and forth conversions like word-processing documents, presentations, eBooks, JPG, PNG, WebP, and many more. You can see the details on the documentation.
PM> Install-Package GroupDocs.Conversion
Convert JSON to XML in C#
Both the JSON and XML formats are commonly used in web-based applications to transmit data. These are structured, human-readable, hierarchical formats to store and exchange data.
The following steps guide you to convert the JSON data into XML format using .NET API.
- Load the JSON data file using Converter class.
- Use the DataConvertOptions to set the conversion format to XML.
- Call the Convert method of Converter class to transform the JSON Data into XML format
The following code converts the JSON data into XML format using C#.
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To conclude, you have learned the conversion of JSON data to XML format within your .NET applications using C#. You can learn more about the .NET Conversion Automation API using the documentation, or by quickly experiencing the examples available on GitHub. Contact us for any query via the forum.