The json module is available in Python. The JSON API works the same way as the standard library marshal and pickle modules in Python, and python has built-in support for JSON features.
Serialization is the process of encoding JSON data. Serialization is a network transmission technique that transforms data into a series of bytes.
Deserialization is the process of decoding data that has been transformed to the JSON format in reverse.
The method of converting Python objects to JSON is known as serialization. When computers need to process a large amount of data, it's good to save that data in a file. The JSON function can be used to save JSON data to a file. The dump() and dumps() methods of the json module are used to modify Python objects.
The following JSON objects are created from Python objects. The following is a list of the items:
The dump() function
The dump() function in Python allows you to provide data in JSON format. It takes two positional parameters, the first of which is the data object to be serialised, and the second of which is the file-like object to which the bytes should be written.
Consider the following example of serialisation: