Update all packages to support Newtonsoft.Json v12

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Newtonsoft.Json is now in v12, it would be nice to be able to update to that version so please fix all your packages that has dependency to this to work with version 12

#199600
Dec 03, 2018 12:28
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Yes please ;-)

v12 release notes.

Don't need any of the fixes or new features currently, but usyally the need to update Newtonsoft.Json NuGet has come from other dependencies (other NuGet packages).

#199606
Dec 03, 2018 16:26
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Any update on this?

#200976
Jan 31, 2019 19:40
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Any update on this?

#205934
Jul 29, 2019 16:41
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We are planning on using ReactJS.NET in our Episerver project. Version 5.0.0 of this package depends on Newtonsoft.JSON version 12. Because Episerver has an upper bound restriction on the Newtonsoft.JSON package version of 11 we cannot use the latest version of ReactJS.NET.
Version 12 of Newtonsoft.JSON has been around for 9 months now, are there any plans on updating the Episerver packages any time soon? 

#206593
Aug 26, 2019 11:02
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theoretically you can use v12, but it will not be then officially supported..

#206609
Aug 26, 2019 23:26
Henk - Aug 27, 2019 8:34
It's really a hassle trying to use a package which is conflicting (version-wise) with other packages. If someone can give us a time frame on updating the Episerver packages to support the v12 version, we can decide whether it's worth to put some time in a workaround.
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We're in the same boat as Henk, currently using an older version of ReactJS.NET due to version constraints on Newtonsoft.Json. 

Hoping that Episerer will support v12 soon.

#206612
Aug 27, 2019 3:08
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From version 11.13.1 EPiServer.Framework supports Newtonsoft.Json 12.x. There may be other packages that explicitly reference Newtonsoft.Json and haven't been tested to have their ranges updated yet, but at least some solutions should be open to use 12.x now.

#208625
Oct 29, 2019 8:08
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