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Serializer

Introduction

This library allows you to (de-)serialize data of any complexity. Currently, it supports XML, JSON, and YAML.

It also provides you with a rich tool-set to adapt the output to your specific needs.

Built-in features include:

  • (De-)serialize data of any complexity; circular references are handled gracefully.
  • Supports many built-in PHP types (such as dates)
  • Integrates with Doctrine ORM, et. al.
  • Supports versioning, e.g. for APIs
  • Configurable via PHP, XML, YAML, or Doctrine Annotations

Installation

This library can be easily installed via composer

composer require jms/serializer

or just add it to your composer.json file directly.

Usage

For standalone projects usage of the provided builder is encouraged:

$serializer = JMS\Serializer\SerializerBuilder::create()->build();
$jsonContent = $serializer->serialize($data, 'json');
echo $jsonContent; // or return it in a Response

License

The code is released under the business-friendly Apache2 license.

Documentation is subject to the Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported license.