Announcing dynamic JSON in the Azure Core library for .NET

Announcing dynamic JSON in the Azure Core library for .NET

The Azure Core library for .NET now includes the ability to handle dynamic JSON. The new dynamic type enables raw JSON data to be treated as a strongly typed model, making it easier to work with and eliminate the need for manual conversions. This feature is a valuable addition to the Azure SDK toolkit and saves developers time by providing the ability to handle JSON dynamically without losing the benefits of strongly typed models. If you're interested in learning more about this feature, visit the Azure SDK blog post.

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