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Angular toJson

The function angular.toJson will take an object and serialize it into a JSON formatted string.

Unlike the native function JSON.stringify, This function will remove all properties beginning with $$ (as angular usually prefixes internal properties with $$)


As data needs to be serialized before passing through a network, this function is useful to turn any data you wish to transmit into JSON.

This function is also useful for debugging as it works similarly to a .toString method would act.


angular.toJson({name: "barf", occupation: "mog", $$somebizzareproperty: 42})
// "{"name":"barf","occupation":"mog"}"
// "42"
angular.toJson([1, "2", 3, "4"])
// "[1,"2",3,"4"]"
var fn = function(value) {return value}
// undefined, functions have no representation in JSON


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