|Enables the flexibility of using a Map field as standard properties.
|Use when you want to serialize a Map's key-value pairs as JSON properties.
|Marks a method as a getter for a specific property, alternative to @JsonProperty.
|Useful when the method name doesn't follow JavaBean naming conventions or for custom serialization.
|Specifies the serialization order of JSON properties.
|Apply when you need a custom order in your serialized JSON, different from the default alphabetical order.
|Instructs Jackson to serialize a property exactly as it is.
|Good for embedding custom JSON or pre-serialized JSON content.
|Indicates a single method to use for serializing the entire instance.
|Useful for serializing a complex object through a single method, often used with enums.
|Specifies the name of the root wrapper if wrapping is enabled.
|Use when you need to wrap the JSON output in a root element with a custom name.
|Indicates a custom serializer to use for a property or class.
|Implement when you need custom serialization logic, different from the default Jackson provides.
|Marks a constructor or factory method for use in deserialization.
|Helpful when the JSON structure doesn't match the Java object structure directly.
|Indicates that a property value will be obtained from the injection, not JSON.
|Use for properties that need to be injected, not read from the JSON.
|Allows for the flexibility of adding unknown properties to a Map.
|Apply when you want to handle additional, undeclared properties in JSON.
|Marks a method as a setter for a specific property, alternative to @JsonProperty.
|Useful for custom deserialization logic or when method names do not follow JavaBean naming conventions.
|Indicates the use of a custom deserializer.
|Use when custom deserialization logic is needed.
|Defines one or more alternative names for a property during deserialization.
|Apply when a JSON property may have multiple aliases.