zio-json - Fast, secure JSON library with tight ZIO integration.

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Extreme performance is achieved by decoding JSON directly from the input source into business objects (inspired by plokhotnyuk). Although not a requirement, the latest advances in Java Loom can be used to support arbitrarily large payloads with near-zero overhead. Best in class security is achieved with an aggressive early exit strategy that avoids costly stack traces, even when parsing malformed numbers. Malicious (and badly formed) payloads are rejected before finishing reading.




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