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Json Schema Patterns in .NET - Open vs. Closed Types

Json Schema Patterns in .NET - Open vs. Closed Types

This post provides insights into some common patterns in C# and JSON Schema design. Specifically, it examines the crucial concept of object extensibility through open versus closed types.

When it comes to working with C# and JSON Schema, object extensibility is a critical aspect that developers must consider. This concept deals with the ability to add new properties to an object dynamically without having to modify the underlying schema.

There are two types of object extensibility patterns: open and closed. Open types allow for dynamic addition of new properties at runtime, while closed types do not. Understanding their differences and when to use each pattern is an important aspect of effective schema design, and this post delves deeper into these key concepts.

So whether you're a developer new to C# and JSON Schema or an experienced professional looking to enhance your skills, this post has invaluable insights and guidelines to help you design effective schemas that can cater to a wide range of real-world use cases.

Check out the full post on endjin.com to learn more about JSON Schema patterns in .NET.

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