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How does one decode this JSON data?
2 projects | /r/iOSProgramming | 23 Feb 2023
I don’t think you are going to be able to use JSONDecoder to do what you are asking. I see the problem is that you need to create a struct that has all the property names (pokemon names) in it in order to use JSONDecoder (that’s a pain). You need to resort to “parsing” the JSON and constructing your own data model to satisfy your requirements. Something like this might help. https://github.com/SwiftyJSON/SwiftyJSON
Best practices for parsing dynamic/unstructured JSON?
2 projects | /r/swift | 26 Aug 2022
Up until now, I've been using SwiftyJSON, although it appears to be unmaintained. Is there an equivalent alternative which functions similarly? Thanks in advance
Awesome macOS Libraries List
76 projects | dev.to | 21 Jan 2022
SwiftyJSON - The better way to deal with JSON data in Swift. Language: Swift.
What are some alternatives?
Decodable - [Probably deprecated] Swift 2/3 JSON unmarshalling done (more) right
Gloss - [Deprecated] A shiny JSON parsing library in Swift :sparkles: Loved by many from 2015-2021
HandyJSON - A handy swift json-object serialization/deserialization library
AlamofireObjectMapper - An Alamofire extension which converts JSON response data into swift objects using ObjectMapper
Mantle - Model framework for Cocoa and Cocoa Touch
JSONModel - Magical Data Modeling Framework for JSON - allows rapid creation of smart data models. You can use it in your iOS, macOS, watchOS and tvOS apps.