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JsonPath - Java JsonPath implementation

A Java DSL for reading JSON documents.Jayway JsonPath is a Java port of Stefan Goessner JsonPath implementation.

HandyJSON - A handy swift json-object serialization/deserialization library

HandyJSON is a framework written in Swift which to make converting model objects( pure classes/structs ) to and from JSON easy on iOS.Compared with others, the most significant feature of HandyJSON is that it does not require the objects inherit from NSObject(not using KVC but reflection), neither implements a 'mapping' function(writing value to memory directly to achieve property assignment).

json - JSON for Modern C++

Intuitive syntax. In languages such as Python, JSON feels like a first class data type. We used all the operator magic of modern C++ to achieve the same feeling in your code. Check out the examples below and you'll know what I mean.Trivial integration. Our whole code consists of a single header file json.hpp. That's it. No library, no subproject, no dependencies, no complex build system. The class is written in vanilla C++11. All in all, everything should require no adjustment of your compiler flags or project settings.

jsonparser - Alternative JSON parser for Go that does not require schema (so far fastest)

It does not require you to know the structure of the payload (eg. create structs), and allows accessing fields by providing the path to them. It is up to 10 times faster than standard encoding/json package (depending on payload size and usage), allocates no memory. See benchmarks below.Originally I made this for a project that relies on a lot of 3rd party APIs that can be unpredictable and complex. I love simplicity and prefer to avoid external dependecies. encoding/json requires you to know exactly your data structures, or if you prefer to use map[string]interface{} instead, it will be very slow and hard to manage. I investigated what's on the market and found that most libraries are just wrappers around encoding/json, there is few options with own parsers (ffjson, easyjson), but they still requires you to create data structures.

Jackson JSON - JSON Parser in Java

Jackson is a multi-purpose Java library for processing JSON data format. This project contains core low-level incremental ("streaming") parser and generator abstractions used by Jackson Data Processor. It also includes the default implementation of handler types (parser, generator) that handle JSON format.

JsonFx.NET - JSON serialization framework for .NET

JsonFx v2.0 - JSON serialization framework for .NET. It has unified interface for reading / writing JSON, BSON, XML, JsonML. It implements LINQ-to-JSON, Supports reading/writing using DataContract, XmlSerialization, JsonName, attributes and lot more.

spray-json - A lightweight, clean and simple JSON implementation in Scala

spray-json is a lightweight, clean and efficient JSON implementation in Scala. spray-json is available from maven central.

Jodd - The Unbearable Lightness of Java

Jodd is developer-friendly set of Java microframeworks, tools and utilities, under 1.7 MB. Build with common sense to make things simple, but not simpler. Its feature include slick IoC container, elegant MVC framework, unique AOP engine, thin DB-object mapper, standalone transaction manager, focused validation tool, versatile HTML parsers, pages decorator, super properties, powerful BeanUtil, timeless JDateTime, easy email, many super utilities... and more.

GJSON - JSON Parser for Go

GJSON is a Go package that provides a fast and simple way to get values from a json document. It has features such as one line retrieval, dot notation paths, iteration.

Moshi - A modern JSON library for Android and Java.

Moshi is a modern JSON library for Android and Java. It makes it easy to parse JSON into Java objects. It has has built-in support for reading and writing Java’s core data types like Primitives (int, float, char...), Collections, String, Enum.

ServiceStack text - NET's fastest JSON, JSV and CSV Text Serializers

ServiceStack.Text is an independent, dependency-free serialization library that contains ServiceStack's text processing functionality, including: JsonSerializer, TypeSerializer (JSV-Format), CsvSerializer, T.Dump extension method, StringExtensions - Xml/Json/Csv/Url encoding, BaseConvert, Rot13, Hex escape, etc., Stream, Reflection, List, DateTime, etc extensions and utils.

fastjson - Fast JSON Processor

Fastjson is a Java library that can be used to convert Java Objects into their JSON representation. It can also be used to convert a JSON string to an equivalent Java object. Fastjson can work with arbitrary Java objects including pre-existing objects that you do not have source-code of.

Jil - Fast .NET JSON (De)Serializer, Built On Sigil

Jil is a fast JSON (de)serializer, built on Sigil with a number of somewhat crazy optimization tricks.

JSON-java - A reference implementation of a JSON package in Java

A reference implementation of a JSON package in Java. The files in this package implement JSON encoders/decoders in Java. It also includes the capability to convert between JSON and XML, HTTP headers, Cookies, and CDL.

djson - Fast Go decoder for dynamic JSON

DJSON is a JSON decoder for Go that is 2~ to 3~ times faster than the standard encoding/json and the existing solutions, when dealing with arbitrary JSON payload. See benchmarks below. It is a good approach for people who are using json.Unmarshal together with interface{}, don't know what the schema is, and still want good performance with minimal changes.While searching for a JSON parser solution for my projects, that is faster than the standard library, with zero reflection tests, allocates less memory and is still safe(I didn't want the "unsafe" package in my production code, in order to reduce memory consumption). I found that almost all implemtations are just wrappers around the standard library and aren't fast enough for my needs. I encountered two projects: ujson that is the UltraJSON implementation and jsonparser, that is a pretty awesome project. ujson seems to be faster than encoding/json but still doesn't meet my requirements. jsonparser seems to be really fast, and I even use it for some of my new projects. However, its API is different, and I would need to change too much of my code in order to work with it. Also, for my processing work that involves ETL, changing and setting new fields on the JSON object, I need to transform the jsonparser result to map[string]interface{} and it seems that it loses its power.

JSON.NET - JSON framework for .NET

Json.NET is a popular high-performance JSON framework for .NET. It is serializes .NET objects to JSON. It converts JSON to LINQ, XML and lot more. It performs faster than .NET buit in serializers.

Circe - A JSON library for Scala

Circe is a JSON library for Scala (and Scala.js).

QJson - Manage JSON objects with Qt

QJson is a qt-based library that maps JSON data to QVariant objects. JSON arrays will be mapped to QVariantList instances, while JSON's objects will be mapped to QVariantMap.