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JSONStream - rawStream.pipe(JSONStream.parse()).pipe(streamOfObjects)

  •    Javascript

The .. operator is the recursive descent operator from JSONPath, which will match a child at any depth (see examples below).If your keys have keys that include . or * etc, use an array instead. ['row', true, /^doc/].

body-parser - Node.js body parsing middleware

  •    Javascript

Node.js body parsing middleware. Parse incoming request bodies in a middleware before your handlers, available under the req.body property.

csv-parser - Streaming csv parser inspired by binary-csv that aims to be faster than everyone else

  •    Javascript

csv-parser can convert CSV into JSON at at rate of around 90,000 rows per second (perf varies with data, try bench.js with your data).The data emitted is a normalized JSON object. Each header is used as the property name of the object.

gray-matter - Smarter yaml front matter parser, used by metalsmith, gatsby, netlify, assemble, mapbox-gl, phenomic, and many others

  •    Javascript

Parse front-matter from a string or file. Fast, reliable and easy to use. Parses YAML front matter by default, but also has support for YAML, JSON, TOML or Coffee Front-Matter, with options to set custom delimiters. Used by metalsmith, assemble, verb and many other projects. Please consider following this project's author, Jon Schlinkert, and consider starring the project to show your ❤️ and support.




wormhole - Wormwhole is a streaming message queue system for Node.JS focused on performance.

  •    Javascript

Wormhole is a message passing stream parser for Node.JS. Wormhole is extremely simple and only has 1 main exported function. Once a stream has been passed to Wormhole, it takes over all data events and updates the write function to automatically encode all data given to it.

node-cjson - Comments enabled json loader (Commented JavaScript Object Notation)

  •    Javascript

JSON has a good spec, is implemented in every language, has easy to read syntax and is much more powerful than ini files. JSON is perfect for writing config files, except of one problem - there are no comments, but sometimes config files get large and need to be commented.


feedme.js - RSS/Atom/JSON feed parser

  •    Javascript

feedme.js is an RSS/Atom/JSON feed parser. How is this different from the other few feed parsers? It uses sax-js for xml parsing and clarinet for json parsing. That means it is coded in pure Javascript and thus more deployable. I needed a parser that wouldn't require me to install external dependencies or to compile anything. Creates a new instance of the FeedMe parser. buffer can be true if you want the parser to buffer the entire feed document as a JSON object, letting you use the FeedMe#done() method.

configly - A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the `config` module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers

  •    Javascript

A developer-friendly lightweight replacement for the config module that works with custom config directory and pluggable parsers. Notice of change of ownership: Starting version 3.0.0 this package has changed it's owner and goals. The old version (2.0.3) is still available on npm via npm install configly@2.0.3 and on github.com/ksmithut/configly. Thank you.

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.

orderly.js - An Orderly compiler in JavaScript

  •    Javascript

Orderly is a textual format for describing JSON. Orderly can be compiled into JSONSchema. It is designed to be easy to read and write. Orderly.js includes it's own JSON parser, but older browsers will need a JSON stringifier such as json2.js in order to compile to JSONSchema.

node-comment-json - Read and save json files with comments

  •    Javascript

The usage of comment-json is exactly the same as the vanilla JSON object. Above all, json.parse() is not a parser with 100% accuracy to output an AST which describes every detail of the commented json, including the locations of every comments, whitespaces, etc.

node-json-parser - JSON parser to parse JSON object and MAINTAIN comments.

  •    Javascript

JSON parser to parse JSON object and MAINTAIN comments. This is a very low level module. For most situations, recommend to use comment-json instead.

react-json-schema - Configure and build views using JSON schemas mapped to React components

  •    Javascript

Construct React elements from JSON by mapping JSON definitions to React components. Use react-json-schema for data-driven layouts, or as an abstraction layer for React components and props. Render anywhere (as long as it's DOM)! Since react-json-schema does not perform any rendering, the method in which you want to render is up to you. For example, you can use ReactDOMServer.render, ReactDOM.renderToString, etc. if you'd like. This also means JSX is not a dependency for react-json-schema.