JStreamAsyncNet 4.7.0.1

Easy way to serialize/deserialize objects to/from an async stream

Install-Package JStreamAsyncNet -Version 4.7.0.1
dotnet add package JStreamAsyncNet --version 4.7.0.1
<PackageReference Include="JStreamAsyncNet" Version="4.7.0.1" />
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paket add JStreamAsyncNet --version 4.7.0.1
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JStreamAsyncNet

Easy way to serialize/deserialize objects to/from an async stream

Attention: The stream will be disposed

How to use

Installation

Nuget Package Manager Console:
Install-Package JStreamAsyncNet
.Net CLI:
dotnet add package JStreamAsyncNet

Using with HttpResponseMessage

MyObject @object = await client.GetAsync(uriObject).ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();
MyObject[] array = await client.GetAsync(uriArray).ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();

or if you want to manage the response(here's implementation of methods used above)

HttpResponseMessage responseObject = await client.GetAsync(uriObject);
responseObject.EnsureSuccessStatusCode();
MyObject @object = await responseObject.Content.ReadAsStreamAsync().ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();

HttpResponseMessage responseArray = await client.GetAsync(uriArray);
responseArray.EnsureSuccessStatusCode();
MyObject[] array = await responseArray.Content.ReadAsStreamAsync().ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();

Using with FileStream and Stream

MyObject @object = await File.OpenRead(filePath).ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();
//some act for @object
await File.OpenWrite(filePath).WriteFromObjectAsync(@object);

MyObject[] array = await File.OpenRead(filePath).ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();
//some act for array
await File.OpenWrite(filePath).WriteFromArrayAsync(array);

JStreamAsyncNet

Easy way to serialize/deserialize objects to/from an async stream

Attention: The stream will be disposed

How to use

Installation

Nuget Package Manager Console:
Install-Package JStreamAsyncNet
.Net CLI:
dotnet add package JStreamAsyncNet

Using with HttpResponseMessage

MyObject @object = await client.GetAsync(uriObject).ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();
MyObject[] array = await client.GetAsync(uriArray).ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();

or if you want to manage the response(here's implementation of methods used above)

HttpResponseMessage responseObject = await client.GetAsync(uriObject);
responseObject.EnsureSuccessStatusCode();
MyObject @object = await responseObject.Content.ReadAsStreamAsync().ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();

HttpResponseMessage responseArray = await client.GetAsync(uriArray);
responseArray.EnsureSuccessStatusCode();
MyObject[] array = await responseArray.Content.ReadAsStreamAsync().ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();

Using with FileStream and Stream

MyObject @object = await File.OpenRead(filePath).ToObjectAsync<MyObject>();
//some act for @object
await File.OpenWrite(filePath).WriteFromObjectAsync(@object);

MyObject[] array = await File.OpenRead(filePath).ToArrayAsync<MyObject>();
//some act for array
await File.OpenWrite(filePath).WriteFromArrayAsync(array);

Release Notes

used System.Text.Json instead of Newtonsoft.Json

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.7.0.1 4,195 12/10/2019
0.1.3 1,986 1/31/2019
0.1.1 721 11/11/2018
0.1.0 242 11/6/2018
0.0.8 310 11/6/2018
0.0.7 286 11/6/2018
0.0.6 237 11/5/2018