LINQ-to-JSON

by Jon Davis 13. February 2008 10:16

A few days ago I posted a link / observation of LINQ-to-Javascript a.k.a. JSLINQ.

Ajaxian just pointed out a new project called LINQ-to-JSON that is more LINQ-like. One would use JSLINQ for working with any type of arrays in real Javascript. The LINQ-to-JSON solution looks like a truer LINQ coding experience; however, I can't tell if it's actually for Javascript or JScript.NET, the latter of which is not web browser Javascript and only runs in .NET. I'll check it out further but wanted to raise my eyebrows first. :P

http://james.newtonking.com/archive/2008/02/11/linq-to-json-beta.aspx

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LINQ-to-Javascript

by Jon Davis 24. January 2008 15:28

I jumped onto codeplex.com for a random summary of the latest projects and stumbled across LINQ-TO-Javascript (JSLINQ). Pretty nifty idea.

Personally I'd like to see JSLINQ to be a jQuery overload -- that is, take the JSLINQ object definition and merge it with jQuery's object (at runtime) -- so that jQuery extensions can automagically work with JSLINQ objects. I suggested the idea here.

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