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What is JSON Serializer?
JSON Serializer helps to format the JSON object to user friendly manner. It also validates input data before serialization. If input is not in proper JSON format, then formatter will throw error, at what line or path data input or format is wrong.
What is XML Serializer?
XML Serializer helps to format the XML documents to readable and user-friendly manner. It also validates input data before serialization. If input is not a proper xml document, then formatter will throw error, at what line or node data input or tag is wrong.
What is SQL Serializer?
SQL Serializer helps to format the SQL query or statements to more readable and understandable manner. It also validates input data before serialization. If input is not a proper SQL statement, then formatter will throw error, at what line of statement input data is wrong.
What is Base64 Encoding and Decoding?
Base64 Encoding and Decoding is an online tool to allow standard base64 based binary data encoding and decoding.
What is the use of Base64 Encoding and Decoding?
Base64 encoding schemes are commonly used when there is a need to encode binary data that needs to be stored and transferred over media that are designed to deal with ASCII. This is to ensure that the data remain intact without modification during transport. Base64 is commonly used in a number of applications including email via MIME, and storing complex data in XML.
How does Jwt Token Dedeserialization works?
JWT, is an open standard used to share security information between two parties (a client and a server). Each JWT contains encoded JSON objects, including a set of claims. JWTs are signed using a cryptographic algorithm to ensure that the claims cannot be altered after the token is issued.
A JWT is a string made up of three parts, separated by dots (.), and serialized using base64.In the most common serialization format, compact serialization, the JWT looks something like this: xxxxx.yyyyy.zzzzz.
JWTs are mainly used as a secure way to authenticate users and share information. Typically, a private key, or secret, is used by the issuer to sign the JWT.The receiver of the JWT will verify the signature to ensure that the token hasn’t been altered after it was signed by the issuer.