Binary and Json benchmarks updated

DISCLAIMER : as always, you should benchmark against your payload and use case, the benchmark numbers I have produced here is unlikely to be representative of your use cases and neither is anybody else’s benchmark numbers.

You can use the simple test harness I created and see these example code to benchmark against your particular payload.

 

Binary

Only FsPickler was updated for this benchmark so there are no significant changes in performance here.

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JSON

Quiet a few of the JSON serializers had been updated since the last update:

  • fastJSON
  • FsPickler
  • Jil
  • MongoDB Driver
  • ServiceStack.Text
  • System.Text.Json

I have retired JayRock and JsonFx from the test since both are way behind the competition and haven’t updated for a while, so I consider both to be no longer of interest.

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*protobuf-net is in this list purely as a bench­mark to show how the tested JSON seri­al­iz­ers com­pare to one of the fastest binary seri­al­izer in .Net.

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