Json.NET Beta versus Final

Now I don't want you to worry, class. These tests will have no effect on your grades. They merely determine your future social status and financial success... Some Json.NET users have asked me whether it is ok to use Json.NET while it is in beta, or have asked if the a final version will be released soon because they need a recently added feature and their employer has a policy against beta software.

For Json.NET the only difference between beta and final is completed documentation.

Json.NET’s testing is completely automated. Approaching 400 unit tests and 90% code coverage (not 100% but good enough) they are the beginning and the end of Json.NET’s test policy. A final release is no different to beta or even a regular source code check-in when it comes to stability.

I think one regression over 3 years and many releases is doing pretty well [:)]