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scenic - Versioned database views for Rails

  •    Ruby

Scenic adds methods to ActiveRecord::Migration to create and manage database views in Rails. Using Scenic, you can bring the power of SQL views to your Rails application without having to switch your schema format to SQL. Scenic provides a convention for versioning views that keeps your migration history consistent and reversible and avoids having to duplicate SQL strings across migrations. As an added bonus, you define the structure of your view in a SQL file, meaning you get full SQL syntax highlighting in the editor of your choice and can easily test your SQL in the database console during development.

ajv - The fastest JSON Schema Validator. Supports draft-04/06/07

  •    Javascript

The fastest JSON Schema validator for Node.js and browser. Supports draft-04/06/07.JSON Schema draft-07 is published.

is-my-json-valid - A JSONSchema validator that uses code generation to be extremely fast

  •    Javascript

It passes the entire JSONSchema v4 test suite except for remoteRefs and maxLength/minLength when using unicode surrogate pairs.




joi - Object schema validation

  •    Javascript

Object schema description language and validator for JavaScript objects.This is joi, joi allows you to create blueprints or schemas for JavaScript objects (an object that stores information) to ensure validation of key information.

js-data - Give your data the treatment it deserves with a framework-agnostic, datastore-agnostic JavaScript ORM built for ease of use and peace of mind

  •    Javascript

JSData v3 is now stable!. Some adapters still need to be updated to work with v3. Message @jmdobry on the JSData Slack channel if you want to help with tests, documentation, tutorials, adapters, etc.JSData is a framework-agnostic, datastore-agnostic ORM for Node.js and the Browser.

json-editor - JSON Schema Based Editor

  •    Javascript

JSON Editor takes a JSON Schema and uses it to generate an HTML form. It has full support for JSON Schema version 3 and 4 and can integrate with several popular CSS frameworks (bootstrap, foundation, and jQueryUI). Download the production version (22K when gzipped) or the development version.

mimesis - Mimesis is a fast and easy to use library for Python, which helps generate synthetic data for a variety of purposes in a variety of languages

  •    Python

Mimesis is a fast and easy to use library for Python programming language, which helps generate synthetic data for a variety of purposes in a variety of languages. This data can be particularly useful during software development and testing. For example, it could be used to populate a testing database, create beautiful JSON and XML files, anonymize data taken from a production service, etc. You can find the complete documentation on the Read the Docs.


jsonschema - JSON Schema validation

  •    Javascript

JSON schema validator, which is designed to be fast and simple to use. The latest IETF published draft is v6, this library is mostly v4 compatible. Please fork the repository, make the changes in your fork and include tests. Once you're done making changes, send in a pull request.

fastify - Fast and low overhead web framework, for Node.js

  •    Javascript

Enter Fastify. Fastify is a web framework highly focused on providing the best developer experience with the least overhead and a powerful plugin architecture. It is inspired by Hapi and Express and as far as we know, it is one of the fastest web frameworks in town. Do you want to know more? Head to the Getting Started.

jsonform - Build forms from JSON Schema

  •    Javascript

The JSON Form library is a JavaScript client-side library that takes a structured data model defined using JSON Schema as input and returns a Bootstrap-friendly HTML form that matches the schema. The generated HTML form includes client-side validation logic that provides direct inline feedback to the user upon form submission (provided a JSON Schema validator is available). If values are valid, the JSON Form library uses submitted values to create the JavaScript data structure that matches the data model.

squasher - Squasher - squash your old migrations in a single command

  •    Ruby

Squasher compresses old ActiveRecord migrations. If you work on a big project with lots of migrations, every rake db:migrate might take a few seconds, or creating of a new database might take a few minutes. That's because ActiveRecord loads all those migration files. Squasher removes all the migrations and creates a single migration with the final database state of the specified date (the new migration will look like a schema). @note if you use Rbenv don't forget to run rbenv rehash.

superstruct - A simple and composable way to validate data in Javascript.

  •    Javascript

A simple and composable way to validate data in JavaScript. Superstruct makes it easy to define interfaces and then validate JavaScript data against them. Its type annotation API was inspired by Typescript, Flow, Go, and GraphQL, giving it a familiar and easy to understand API.

compojure-api - Sweet web apis with Compojure & Swagger

  •    Clojure

Stuff on top of Compojure for making sweet web apis. Latest non-alpha: [metosin/compojure-api "1.1.11"].

schematics - Python Data Structures for Humans™.

  •    Python

Python Data Structures for Humans™. Schematics is a Python library to combine types into structures, validate them, and transform the shapes of your data based on simple descriptions.

angular-schema-form - Generate forms from a JSON schema, with AngularJS!

  •    Javascript

Much of the new development is being done in Assimilate, a standardised validator for JSON Schema to help ensure changing validators is never as painful as escaping tv4 is, as well as a new core library to allow for a more predictable upgrade from AngularJS to Angular. If you use ASF in your project/company please let us know! We'd love to feature you on the site.

type-graphql - Create GraphQL schema and resolvers with TypeScript, using classes and decorators!

  •    TypeScript

We all know that GraphQL is so great and solves many problems that we have with REST API, like overfetching and underfetching. But developing a GraphQL API in Node.js with TypeScript is sometimes a bit of pain. Why? Let's take a look at the steps we usually have to make. The biggest problem is the redundancy in our codebase, which makes it difficult to keep things in sync. To add a new field to our entity, we have to jump through all the files - modify an entity class, the schema, as well as the interface. The same goes with inputs or arguments. It's easy to forget to update one piece or make a mistake with a single type. Also, what if we've made a typo in field name? The rename feature (F2) won't work correctly.

postgraphile - Execute one command (or mount one Node

  •    TypeScript

An instant, highly-performant GraphQL API for your PostgreSQL database, extensible via a powerful plugin system. Note: v1-v3 of this project were named PostGraphQL. A v3-v4 migration guide is available here and you can check out some of the new features here. No more development is taking place on v3, but you can still access its branch here.