JSON deserialization in C# refers to the process of forming up .NET objects from a JSON string. Most of the time, this means creating strongly-typed POCOs. However, there are certain situations when we may prefer flexibility over type-inference. For example, cherry-picking a small portion of JSON data, dealing with external JSON data whose structure is largely unknown or changes very often, etc. Dynamic deserialization comes into play for such cases. This does not necessarily mean the use of language’s inbuilt dynamic keyword. There are other ways as well.We are going to see how we can do this using the native System.Text.Json library and the popular Newtonsoft.Json library.