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Every time I sit down to use an HTTP client and JSON parser, I get really frustrated
5 projects | /r/scala | 20 Feb 2022
The simplest JSON parsing library is Jackson.
How to transition to Scala 3?
3 projects | /r/scala | 13 May 2021
Performance of 12 JSON parsers for Scala
9 projects | /r/scala | 29 Mar 2021
I've updated results of benchmarks of 12 JSON parsers for Scala: - AVSystem's scala-commons - Borer - Circe - DSL-JSON - Jackson - jsoniter-scala - Play-JSON, - play-json-jsoniter - Spray-JSON - uPickle - weePickle - zio-json
The Newest Java Json Benchmark Results just dropped
8 projects | /r/java | 1 May 2023
Afaik dsl-json came up with a lot of improvements and inspired a several other libraries like JsonIter and jsonIter-scala. Jsoniter-scala by u/plokhotnyuk is probably the most optimized JSON library on the JVM at this point, and seems to power most of the Scala ecosystem. Some implementations/optimizations eventually made their way back into Jackson and other libraries.
Please try my JSON library
2 projects | /r/scala | 27 Feb 2023
I was on your place more then 5 years ago, when cut the 1st release of jsoniter-scala.
smithy-translate : a CLI tool to turn openapi specs and json-schema specs into smithy specs, written in Scala
4 projects | /r/scala | 8 Dec 2022
We have our own open-source code-generator that produces Scala code from Smithy. The code module is entirely dependency-free, and the generated code is not biased towards any library, be that http or json. We do however have out-of-the-box integration with jsoniter and http4s.
Why does Scala seem to be slow at benchmark results?
6 projects | /r/scala | 22 Oct 2022
You can use jsoniter-scala. It is easy to use like upickle.
Starting with scala
4 projects | /r/scala | 7 Sep 2022
BEWARE: uJson is vulnerable under DoS attacks
Is Scala a good choice for a data intensive web backend?
5 projects | /r/scala | 3 Sep 2022
Please see sources (and GitHub history of development) of jsoniter-scala as an example in the domain of JSON parsing and serialization.
Learning macros in scala 2.13
2 projects | /r/scala | 4 Jun 2022
I suggest looking into jsoniter-scala Macro API it has unique support of both Scala 2 and Scala 3 in a source compatible manner.
Using SWAR techniques to speed up parsing and serialization from/to JSON
3 projects | /r/scala | 30 Mar 2022
Since v2.13.6 release jsoniter-scala dropped support of Java 8: https://github.com/plokhotnyuk/jsoniter-scala/releases/tag/v2.13.63 projects | /r/scala | 30 Mar 2022
SWAR (SIMD in register) techniques were used in the last release of jsoniter-scala to speed up parsing and serialization on JVM platforms.
Scala 3 compatible macro libraries
2 projects | /r/scala | 1 Mar 2022
Try jsoniter-scala. It is a library with macros for handy deriving of safe and efficient JSON codecs that has Scala 3 support since v2.12.1
What are some alternatives?
circe - Yet another JSON library for Scala
spray-json - A lightweight, clean and simple JSON implementation in Scala
json4s - JSON library
DSL-JSON - High performance JVM JSON library
Play JSON - The Play JSON library
argonaut - Purely functional JSON parser and library in scala.
sbt-json - sbt plugin that generates Scala case classes for easy, statically typed and implicit access of JSON data e.g. from API responses