Question: How can JSON be processed in a case-insensitive manner?
Rant followed by Answer: JSON is intended to be case-sensitive. XML is the same. Similar to Java, C, C++, etc. Names are case-sensitive. Except, of course, there are knuckleheads out there that don’t understand the fundamental specifications and as a result introduce complexity into systems that should never have existed. Once a feature is added to allow for case-insensitive names, now you have the situation where some systems work whereas others don’t, and to implement JSON just became more complex. Microsoft does it: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/standard/serialization/system-text-json-character-casing It’s a stupid thing to do.
But… given that the world is prone to stupidity, Chilkat must follow.
The Answer: In v22.214.171.124, Chilkat added the JsonObject property LowerCaseNames: https://chilkatsoft.com/refdoc/csJsonObjectRef.html#prop14 When the JSON is loaded, the member names are converted to lowercase. This way you can always use lowercase names and thus the parsing becomes case-insensitive. (But performance is less impacted because the case conversion only happens once when the JSON is loaded.)