The Flash Player 11/AIR 3.0 (Serrano) release fulfills a long-standing developer request by introducing a native ActionScript JSON API. With this API, you can import and export objects using JSON encoding. Native JSON functionality correlates closely with the ECMA-262 (5.1 Edition) specification for JSON. Because of this, its syntax is somewhat different from the third-party as3corelib JSON library. You can find out more about these differences in community member Todd Anderson’s blog posting at the Infrared5 company blog.
The API itself consists of a top-level class named JSON. This class provides two methods:
stringify() for encoding, and
parse() for decoding JSON strings. The JSON feature also supports
toJSON() member functions in any class. Visit the official documentation at these locations: