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Re: [Orlando-iOS-Developer-Group] json-framework

From: Adam W.
Sent on: Thursday, August 25, 2011 2:24 PM
I've actually been using JSONKit (, which has a bit faster posted benchmarks than JSON-Framework (SBJson).  I'm sure either would work just as fine for any project.

Some other libraries that I mentioned at the meeting last night:

If you have any other questions regarding Brewski Me or my development practices, just let me know!  It was great meeting all of you last night.

Adam Weeks
Brewski Me

On Aug 25, 2011, at 10:43 AM, RBD wrote:

Some developers wanted to know what JSON library I used for my streaming feed-reading App; I used  the json-framework  for reading JSON.  I think this is the de-facto standard for 3rd party libraries in regards to reading and parsing JSON.


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