ToJSON, for example, is a JSON-based library to convert a JSON-based object into a JSON-convertable object. In the example below, it will take the JSON-formatted HTML as input and return a new object based on its data.
The main thing here is that the JSON-formatted data format is very flexible, and many of the features of JSON-formatted JS are very useful to quickly retrieve a very long list of data. It’s also the only way to parse any input from a JSON-formatted object, which is useful for debugging and debugging purposes.
I use ToJSON in my own code to extract data from my JSON-formatted functions and to extract the property names of my objects. I use it for debugging purposes, as well.
This is a really good thing. There’s a lot of JSON-formatted code out there that is hard to debug because the format is hard to parse. When I started using ToJSON I was able to parse all kinds of JSON-formatted functions and objects, debug them, and quickly see what they did with my objects. It was a very useful tool.
Its a really good thing because it means I can easily debug my own code.