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hcl - HCL is the HashiCorp configuration language.

  •    Go

HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language) is a configuration language built by HashiCorp. The goal of HCL is to build a structured configuration language that is both human and machine friendly for use with command-line tools, but specifically targeted towards DevOps tools, servers, etc.HCL is also fully JSON compatible. That is, JSON can be used as completely valid input to a system expecting HCL. This helps makes systems interoperable with other systems.

render - Go package for easily rendering JSON, XML, binary data, and HTML templates responses.

  •    Go

Render is a package that provides functionality for easily rendering JSON, XML, text, binary data, and HTML templates. This package is based on the Martini render work.Go 1.6 introduces a new block action. This conflicts with Render's included block template function. To provide an easy migration path, a new function was created called partial. It is a duplicate of the old block function. It is advised that all users of the block function update their code to avoid any issues in the future. Previous to Go 1.6, Render's block functionality will continue to work but a message will be logged urging you to migrate to the new partial function.

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

  •    Swift

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).




httpexpect - End-to-end HTTP and REST API testing for Go.

  •    Go

Concise, declarative, and easy to use end-to-end HTTP and REST API testing for Go (golang).Basically, httpexpect is a set of chainable builders for HTTP requests and assertions for HTTP responses and payload, on top of net/http and several utility packages.

gorequest - GoRequest -- Simplified HTTP client ( inspired by nodejs SuperAgent )

  •    Go

See Go Doc or Go Walker for usage and details.GoRequest makes thing much more simple for you, making http client more awesome and fun like SuperAgent + golang style usage.

minify - Go minifiers for web formats

  •    Go

Online demo if you need to minify files now.Command line tool that minifies concurrently and supports watching file changes.

gabs - For parsing, creating and editing unknown or dynamic JSON in golang

  •    Go

Gabs is a small utility for dealing with dynamic or unknown JSON structures in golang. It's pretty much just a helpful wrapper around the golang json.Marshal/json.Unmarshal behaviour and map[string]interface{} objects. It does nothing spectacular except for being fabulous.Children() will return all children of an array in order. This also works on objects, however, the children will be returned in a random order.


cli - A simple, fast, and fun package for building command line apps in Go

  •    Go

Notice: This is the library formerly known as github.com/codegangsta/cli -- Github will automatically redirect requests to this repository, but we recommend updating your references for clarity.cli is a simple, fast, and fun package for building command line apps in Go. The goal is to enable developers to write fast and distributable command line applications in an expressive way.

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

  •    Go

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.

Decodable - Swift 2/3 JSON parsing done (more) right

  •    Swift

Simple and strict, yet powerful object mapping made possible by Swift 2's error handling. Greatly inspired by Argo, but without a bizillion functional operators. The too-many generated overloads, all calling the parse-function, can be found in Overloads.swift. Return types include T?, [T?], [T?]?, Any and [String: T]?. When conditional protocol conformance is supported in Swift this won't be necessary, and automagic decoding of infinitly nested generic types (like [[[[[[[[[A???]]: B]]]?]]?]]) would work.

Spots - :bamboo: Spots is a cross-platform view controller framework for building component-based UIs

  •    Swift

Spots is a cross-platform view controller framework for building component-based UIs. The internal architecture is built using generic view models that can be transformed both to and from JSON. So, moving your UI declaration to a backend is as easy as pie. Data source and delegate setup is handled by Spots, so there is no need for you to do that manually. The public API is jam-packed with convenience methods for performing mutation, it is as easy as working with a regular collection type. If you are looking for a way to get started with Spots, we recommend taking a look at our Getting started guide.

opa - An open source, general-purpose policy engine.

  •    Go

The Open Policy Agent (OPA) is an open source, general-purpose policy engine that enables unified, context-aware policy enforcement across the entire stack. OPA is hosted by the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) as a sandbox level project. If you are an organization that wants to help shape the evolution of technologies that are container-packaged, dynamically-scheduled and microservices-oriented, consider joining the CNCF. For details read the CNCF announcement.

easyjson - Fast JSON serializer for golang.

  •    Go

Package easyjson provides a fast and easy way to marshal/unmarshal Go structs to/from JSON without the use of reflection. In performance tests, easyjson outperforms the standard encoding/json package by a factor of 4-5x, and other JSON encoding packages by a factor of 2-3x. easyjson aims to keep generated Go code simple enough so that it can be easily optimized or fixed. Another goal is to provide users with the ability to customize the generated code by providing options not available with the standard encoding/json package, such as generating "snake_case" names or enabling omitempty behavior by default.

MJExtension - A fast, convenient and nonintrusive conversion between JSON and model

  •    Objective-C

A fast, convenient and nonintrusive conversion between JSON and model. Your model class don't need to extend another base class. You don't need to modify any model file.

Unbox - The easy to use Swift JSON decoder

  •    Swift

Unbox is lightweight, non-magical and doesn't require you to subclass, make your JSON conform to a specific schema or completely change the way you write model code. It can be used on any model with ease.

SwiftyJSON - The better way to deal with JSON data in Swift.

  •    Swift

SwiftyJSON makes it easy to deal with JSON data in Swift. Swift is very strict about types. But although explicit typing is good for saving us from mistakes, it becomes painful when dealing with JSON and other areas that are, by nature, implicit about types.

nano - Lightweight, facility, high performance golang based game server framework

  •    Go

Nano is an easy to use, fast, lightweight game server networking library for Go. It provides a core network architecture and a series of tools and libraries that can help developers eliminate boring duplicate work for common underlying logic. The goal of nano is to improve development efficiency by eliminating the need to spend time on repetitious network related programming. Nano was designed for server-side applications like real-time games, social games, mobile games, etc of all sizes.

Ponzu - Headless CMS with automatic JSON API

  •    Go

Ponzu is a powerful and efficient open-source HTTP server framework and CMS. It provides automatic, free, and secure HTTP/2 over TLS, a useful CMS and scaffolding to generate content editors, and a fast HTTP API on which to build modern applications.