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Kakapo - 🐤Dynamically Mock server behaviors and responses in Swift

  •    Swift

Dynamically Mock server behaviors and responses. Kakapo is a dynamic mocking library. It allows you to replicate your backend APIs and logic. With Kakapo you can easily prototype your application based on your API specifications.

ja_serializer - JSONAPI.org Serialization in Elixir.

  •    Elixir

jsonapi.org formatting of Elixir data structures suitable for serialization by libraries such as Poison. See documentation on hexdoc for full serialization and usage details.

flutter_login - 100% Shared Code Android/iOS Login Example - JSON API

  •    Dart

This example uses a ScrollView, JSON Rest API, Navigation, Alert Pop Up, Progress Indicator, Globals, Images in a shared asset folder, and 100% Shared Code. Now with the ability to login with FaceID, TouchID, and Fingerprint Reader on Android. Clone or Fork Project to get started.

jsonapi-serializer - A Node.js framework agnostic library for (de)serializing your data to JSON API

  •    Javascript

A Node.js framework agnostic library for (de)serializing your data to JSON API (1.0 compliant). Calling the serialize method on the returned object will serialize your data (object or array) to a compliant JSONAPI document.

lux - Build scalable, Node.js-powered REST JSON APIs with almost no code.

  •    Javascript

A MVC style framework for building highly performant, large scale JSON APIs that anybody who knows the JavaScript language and its modern features will understand. * Inspired by Rails, Ember, and React.

json-api - JSON-API (http://jsonapi.org) responses in PHP.

  •    PHP

JSON-API responses in PHP. Works with version 1.0 of the spec.

element-api - Create a JSON API/Feed for your elements in Craft.

  •    PHP

This plugin makes it easy to create a JSON API for your entries (and other element types) in Craft CMS. It’s powered by Phil Sturgeon’s excellent Fractal package.

json_api_client - Build client libraries compliant with specification defined by jsonapi.org

  •    Ruby

This gem is meant to help you build an API client for interacting with REST APIs as laid out by http://jsonapi.org. It attempts to give you a query building framework that is easy to understand (it is similar to ActiveRecord scopes). You will want to create your own resource classes that inherit from JsonApiClient::Resource similar to how you would create an ActiveRecord class. You may also want to create your own abstract base class to share common behavior. Additionally, you will probably want to namespace your models. Namespacing your model will not affect the url routing to that resource.

reservoir - A back end for your front end: a content repository

  •    PHP

Reservoir is a back end for your front end: a content repository. Uses JSON API and OAuth2. The tour starts automatically after installing Reservoir. Afterwards, you can take the tour again by clicking the "Tour" button in the top right corner.

laravel5-jsonapi - Laravel 5 JSON API Transformer Package

  •    PHP

For the sake of having a real life example, this configuration will guide you on how to set up 7 end-points for two resources, Employees and Orders. Both Employees and Orders resources will be Eloquent models, being related one with the other.

vertigo - Blog engine in Go (golang)

  •    Go

Vertigo is blogging platform similar to Ghost, Medium and Tumblr. Vertigo is written in Go and has fully featured JSON API and it can be run using single binary on all major operating systems like Windows, Linux and OSX. The frontend code is powered by Go's template/html package, which is similar to Mustache.js. The template files are in plain HTML and JavaScript (vanilla) only appears on few pages. JavaScript is stripped down as much as possible to provide a better user experience on different devices. Vertigo also ships without any CSS frameworks, so it is easy to start customizing the frontend with the tools of your choice.

DatoJi - A tiny JSON storage service. Create, Read, Update, Delete and Search JSON data

  •    Ruby

A FREE RESTful HTTP based JSON API. It lets you create, read, update, delete and search JSON data over HTTP APIs. Ideal for small hobbies projects, MVP or just for fun, where you don't need to create your personal data storage.

safrs - SqlAlchemy Flask-Restful Swagger Json:API OpenAPI

  •    Python

SAFRS is an acronym for SqlAlchemy Flask-Restful Swagger. The purpose of this framework is to help python developers create a self-documenting JSON API for sqlalchemy database objects and relationships. These objects can be serialized to JSON and can be created, retrieved, updated and deleted through the JSON API. Optionally, custom resource object methods can be exposed and invoked using JSON. Class and method descriptions and examples can be provided in yaml syntax in the code comments. The description is parsed and shown in the swagger web interface. The result is an easy-to-use swagger/OpenAPI and JSON:API compliant API implementation.

fire - An idiomatic micro-framework for building Ember.js compatible APIs with Go.

  •    Go

An idiomatic micro-framework for building Ember.js compatible APIs with Go. Go on Fire is built on top of the wonderful built-in http package, implements the JSON API specification through the dedicated jsonapi library, uses the very stable mgo driver for persisting resources with MongoDB and leverages the dedicated oauth2 library to provide out of the box support for OAuth2 authentication using JWT tokens.


  •    Javascript

Add list, edit and form components in client/src/components/ based on one of existing.

ember-jsonapi-resources - Lightweight persistence for an Ember CLI app following the JSON API 1

  •    Javascript

A stand-alone data persistence solution as an addon for Ember.js applications built using Ember CLI. It follows the JSON API 1.0 specification (your anti-bikeshedding weapon for API development). A thin data layer, a 1:1 solution using the JSON API spec, which does not attempt to solve "all the things".

inquisitor_jsonapi - JSON API Matchers for Inquisitor

  •    Elixir

Inquisitor JSONAPI is built and maintained by DockYard, contact us for expert Elixir and Phoenix consulting. This plugin follows the spec for sorting with JSON API. All requests should conform to that URL schema for this plugin to work.

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