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json - JSON for Modern C++

  •    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.

pointify - A browserify transform that resolves json pointers.

  •    Javascript

Check out RFC6901 before you use this transform. There is a nice example of its benefits here in relation to json schema. This transform only deals with references expected to be in other files at the moment. Full support for in document schema is planned.




gson - Algorithms on data formats - JSON, CBOR, Collation.

  •    Go

This package is under continuous development, but the APIs are fairly stable. Though converting to golang value incurs cost.

grunt-update-json - Grunt task that updates a JSON file with data from other JSON files

  •    Javascript

Merge parts from one or more JSON files together. I use grunt-update-json to keep my bower.json and component.json in sync with package.json. Like most Grunt tasks, options can be specified at the update_json level and/or at the update_json:<target> level. Target-level options override task-level options.

json-source-map - Parse/stringify JSON and provide source-map for JSON-pointers to all nodes

  •    Javascript

When a domain-specific language that compiles to JavaScript uses JSON as a format, this module can be used as a replacement for standard JSON to simplify generation of source maps. When a form also allows to edit JSON representation of data on the same screen, this module can be used to sinchronise navigation in JSON and in the form.