First contact

Explains how to install the library.
Deserialization tutorial
Contains a detailed guide on how to parse a JSON document using the library.
Serialization tutorial
Contains a detailed guide on how to generate a JSON document using the library.

Everyday use

API Reference
Contains a detailed description of each function of the library.
Contains Frequently Asked Questions, and the answers.
Contains complete programs that shows how to use ArduinoJson in various situations.

Advanced topics

Memory model
Explains how the memory is managed in the library.
Avoiding Pitfalls
Describes common misconceptions and frequents mistakes.
Bag of Tricks
A collection of useful techniques to accomplish unusual things with ArduinoJson.
External resources
Contains links to articles about ArduinoJson.
Migrating from ArduinoJson v3
Explains how to upgrade code written for ArduinoJson version 3.

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