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her - Her is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) that maps REST resources to Ruby objects

  •    Ruby

Her is an ORM (Object Relational Mapper) that maps REST resources to Ruby objects. It is designed to build applications that are powered by a RESTful API instead of a database. For a complete reference of all the methods you can use, check out the documentation.

jqGrid - jQuery grid plugin

  •    Javascript

jqGrid is an Ajax-enabled JavaScript control that provides solutions for representing and manipulating tabular data on the web. Since the grid is a client-side solution, loading data dynamically through Ajax callbacks, it can be integrated with any server-side technology, including PHP, ASP, Java Servlets, JSP, ColdFusion, and Perl.

jsonlite - A simple, self-contained, serverless, zero-configuration, json document store.

  •    Shell

JSONlite sandboxes the current working directory similar to SQLite. The JSONlite data directory is named jsonlite.data by default, and each json document is validated and saved pretty printed as a uuid. json_reformat is the fastest of the three. jq comes in at a close second and python -m json.tool is significantly the slowest. If possible, avoid using python -m json.tool.

jsonq - A PHP query builder for JSON

  •    PHP

JsonQ is a simple, elegant PHP package to Query over any type of JSON Data. It'll make your life easier by giving the flavour of an ORM-like query on your JSON. You can start Query your data using the various query methods such as find, where, orWhere, whereIn, whereStartsWith, whereEndsWith, whereContains and so on. Also you can aggregate your data after query using sum, count, groupBy, max, min etc.

tripl - This one weird trick turns JSON documents into semantic graph databases!

  •    Python

This repository contains a python library for working with this data programatically from python, and will evolve into a command line tool for working with this data.NoSQL document stores have of late gained popularity for their tremendous flexibility and ease of entry. The problem is that once you want to access the data in a different way, you're locked in to the ad hoc schema you hacked together that one night.

kazaam - Arbitrary transformations of JSON in Golang

  •    Go

Kazaam was created with the goal of supporting easy and fast transformations of JSON data with Golang. This functionality provides us with an easy mechanism for taking intermediate JSON message representations and transforming them to formats required by arbitrary third-party APIs.Inspired by Jolt, Kazaam supports JSON to JSON transformation via a transform "specification" also defined in JSON. A specification is comprised of one or more "operations". See Specification Support, below, for more details.

bfj - Big-Friendly JSON. Asynchronous streaming functions for large JSON data sets.

  •    Javascript

Big-Friendly JSON. Asynchronous streaming functions for large JSON data sets. If you need to parse huge JSON strings or stringify huge JavaScript data sets, it monopolises the event loop and can lead to out-of-memory exceptions. BFJ implements asynchronous functions and uses pre-allocated fixed-length arrays to try and alleviate those issues.

soda-for-java - SODA (Simple Oracle Document Access) for Java is an Oracle library for writing Java apps that work with JSON (and not only JSON!) in the Oracle Database

  •    Java

Simple Oracle Document Access (SODA) is an API which allows you to use the Oracle Database as a NoSQL JSON document store. Although SODA is particularly powerful when it comes to JSON data, data of any other type is supported as well. With the SODA architecture, your data is stored as documents, and documents are organized into collections. Each document contains the actual data, as well as additional information automatically maintained by SODA, such as unique key, last-modified timestamp, version, type, etc. SODA lets you create and store such collections of documents in the Oracle Database, and perform create, retrive, update, and delete (CRUD) operations on these documents, without needing to know Structured Query Language (SQL), or JDBC, or how the data is stored in the database. Essentially SODA provides a virtual NoSQL document store on top of your Oracle Database. Under the covers, a collection is stored as a regular Oracle Database table, and each document is stored as a row in the table. SQL access to the table using standard tools is still allowed.

LazyJSON - A very fast, very lazy JSON parser for Java.

  •    Java

LazyJSON is a very fast JSON parser for Java that sprung out of the StroomData project at DoubleDutch. You can read more about the origin of the library in this blogpost. The library includes a JSON compression feature that uses template based encoding and caching of repeated string values using an http2 header cache inspired scheme.

SteamWebAPI2 - 🎮 C# /

  •    CSharp

This is a .NET library that makes it easy to use the Steam Web API. It conveniently wraps around all of the JSON data and ugly API details with clean methods, structures and classes. Please refer here for details regarding the Steam Web API, its endpoints, and how this library consumes them.

postcss-plugins - The "officially unofficial" consolidated list of PostCSS plugins in a ready-to-use package

  •    Javascript

The "officially unofficial" consolidated list of PostCSS plugins in a ready-to-use package. There are over a hundred wonderful developers building amazing PostCSS plugins. The running list of plugins grows quickly, and is used in many places. One such place is on the searchable postcss.parts built by @mxstbr. Another is in the PostCSS Alfred Workflow created by @chrisopedia. These are great resources for developers to find and use plugins, and this list helps keep them all up to date.

data - This repository contains general data for Web technologies

  •    Javascript

Maintained by the MDN team at Mozilla. This repository contains general data for Web technologies.

ufodiff - UFO source file diff application

  •    Python

ufodiff is a command line UFO source file diff tool for collaborative typeface development projects. It examines git repositories for changes to files that are part of the UFO source spec only (i.e. all file changes in the repository external to the UFO source code are not considered by the tool). It supports reporting of UFO source file additions, deletions, and modifications as well as colored and uncolored text diffs for UFO source files that were modified between branches or across one or more commits.

PyJSONViewer - A JSON viewer using pure python

  •    Python

This is a JSON file data viewer based on python. It only uses build-in libraries of python (tkinter, json).

py-jsonq - A simple Python package to Query over Json Data

  •    Python

py-jsonq is a simple, elegant Python package to Query over any type of JSON Data. It'll make your life easier by giving the flavour of an ORM-like query on your JSON. Just import the package before start using it.

jsonfiddle - JSON Fiddling

  •    Go

The jsonfiddle makes it easy to look at the JSON data from different aspects. This is why jsonfiddle esc is a command on its own, instead of being part of functionalities of jsonfiddle fmt or jsonfiddle sort.

jsonpath-rs - JSONPath for Rust

  •    Rust

The library is in hard development stage. Jsonpath requires rust version 1.26 or higher.

lo-jsondb - Small database based on local .json files

  •    Javascript

Just for fun. Thinking about performance, it's not very useful for large amounts of data. But, jsondb don't need to install anything, and it's easy to start to use. You can use to prototyping a project or to save a small data. It will use a pokemons.json file to store data. If file does not exist, it will be created.

key-cache - Storing data in the form of key into the file

  •    Javascript

Set whether to use md5 named cache file name,To path is valid, it will filter the illegal character key, in addition to Chinese, letters, numbers, -, other characters will be ignored outside _, regular use is/[^\u4e00-\u9fa5a-zA-Z\_\-0-9]/g.

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