- 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.
- 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.
- 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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