Convert Javascript object to JSON String example

Converting a JavaScript object to a JSON String is very easy with the help of JSON.stringify() method.

Let's take a look at an example:

JavaScript Object
const album = {
  name: "Hopes and Fears",
  artist: "Keane",
  year: 2004

Convert to JSON Object
const jsonAlbum = JSON.stringify(album);

Print the JSON Object


{"name":"Hopes and Fears","artist":"Keane","year":2004}

Note: If the provided JavaScript Object is invalid you will get an SyntaxError while conversion to JSON String.

SyntaxError: Unexpected string literal "Keane". Expected a ':' following the property name 'artist'.

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