JavaScript Object

JavaScript Object

In JavaScript, an object is an entity with its own properties and types. Let us take an example to understand this:

JavaScript Object

Here we have defined an object myBike with its four properties. These properties are too in the form of a key-value pair. We will discuss JavaScript objects in detail under JavaScript section, later.

JSON to JavaScript object

We can only exchange a text between a browser and a server, and JSON is a text-based format which represents structured data on JavaScript syntax. In JavaScript, data manipulation is done mainly with the help of JavaScript Object. Once, we are done with data manipulation, we convert our JavaScript object to JSON and send it to the server.

It is very important to convert JSON to JavaScript Object and vice versa. Following are the two important methods to perform these operations:

parse(): JSON to JavaScript Object
It accepts JSON string as a parameter and returns corresponding JavaScript object.

JSON to JavaScript object

JavaScript object to JSON

We can only exchange a text between a browser and a server, and JSON is a text-based format which represents structured data on JavaScript syntax. In JavaScript, data manipulation is done mainly with the help of JavaScript Object. Once, we are done with data manipulation, we convert our JavaScript object to JSON and send it to the server.

It is very important to convert JSON to JavaScript Object and vice versa. Following are the two important methods to perform these operations:

JSON.stringify(): JavaScript Object to JSON
It accepts a JavaScript object as a parameter and returns corresponding JSON string data.

JavaScript object to JSON

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