This is the Assistant for ArduinoJson 6.16.1. Make sure the same version is installed on your computer.

Input

Examples: OpenWeatherMap, Weather Underground

Input length: <% inputLength %>

Memory pool size

Configuration

Expression

<% expression %>

Additional bytes for strings duplication

<% extraBytes %>

Platform Size
<% arch %>
<% result.size[0] %>+<% result.size[1] %> = <% result.size[0] + result.size[1] %>

Sizes can be significantly larger on a computer.

⚠️ The programs below assume you defined ARDUINOJSON_USE_LONG_LONG to 1

Parsing program

Serializing program

<% serializerCode %>

See also: Serialization Tutorial

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