Edit: It's been almost 5 years and I don't think this is the way to go. The client should post the data in the correct numerical format. With current frameworks like React or Angular, or with a proper architecture and error handling & v...
I would like to serialize a React element (an instance of React component given props) and deserialize it elsewhere. Why you ask? I would like to be able to send the class from one process over stdout and render it in another process. I also want the...
I am using jQuery Serialize to serialize my form elements and would like to deserialize them back. Unfortunately can't find any working jQuery deserializer, any suggestions?...
I'm looking for a way to pass javascript dates to .NET web api controllers without installing another library on the client...    I'm expecting the javascript dates to deserialize to .NET DateTime.   var date = new Date();  post({currentDate:...
In Ext JS I have data store with JSON reader.  I generate models from classes on server side, with same hierarchy - eg. on server I have CustomerDto class which extends BaseDto class;  on client side I also have CustomerDto which extends BaseDto, and...
I have an object like so:    const foo = {     bar: "bar value",      baz() {       console.log(this.bar);     },   };   I want to write this object to a separate js file using fs.writeFileSync and util.inspect  e.g.  fs.writeFileSync("ne...
I created custom stringify method to stringify function as follow  var myStringify=function (obj) {       return JSON.stringify(obj, function (key, value) {         if (value instanceof Function || typeof value == 'function') {           retu...
I have my expansive server side java objects that implement these simplified interfaces:  interface Vector {   public double getX();   public double getY(); }  interface Geometry {   public List<Vector> getShell();//can get big   public List<...
I have an Ember app tied into a Rails API.  My Model is defined like this:  NewsCMS.NewsItem = DS.Model.extend({   title: DS.attr('string'),   date: DS.attr('date'),   body_html: DS.attr('string') });   When the app starts up,...
I've a string   var my_str="[(0,10),(1,15),(2,48),(3,63),(4,25),(5,95),(6,41),(7,31),(8,5),(15,2)]";   I need to convert it into an array of list. For example,   alert(my_str[1])   would give an output of 1,15.  I've tried the followi...

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