JavaScript Serializer

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Top 4 JavaScript Serializer Projects

  • GitHub repo parse5

    HTML parsing/serialization toolset for Node.js. WHATWG HTML Living Standard (aka HTML5)-compliant.

    Project mention: Getting Started with Deno | | 2021-02-28

    After some googling, I landed on parse5 which appeared to have wide usage and offered a simple, low-level tree API at its core.

  • GitHub repo pxi

    🧚 pxi (pixie) is a small, fast, and magical command-line data processor similar to jq, mlr, and awk.

    Project mention: New command-line parser with 35+ opt-in features developed for 5 months needs your feedback | | 2021-06-05

    I have been working on a command-line parser for one of my open source projects (pxi) for about 5 months now. Today I have reached a milestone and wanted to collect feedback before I move on:

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  • GitHub repo block-content-to-react

    React component for transforming Sanity block content to React components

    Project mention: Make a Progressive Web App with React | | 2021-03-01

    // /src/MadLib.js import { useQuery } from 'react-query'; import { useParams, Link } from 'react-router-dom'; import { useState, useEffect } from 'react'; import BlockContent from '@sanity/block-content-to-react'; import { sanity, imageUrlBuilder } from './sanity'; import styles from './MadLib.module.css'; const query = ` *[ _type == 'madLib' && slug.current == $slug ] `; function MadLib() { // this variable is populated from `react-router` which pulls it from the URL const { slug } = useParams(); // data is fetched from sanity via the sanity client and stored into // application state via react-query. note that the slug is used as the // "query key": const { data = [] } = useQuery(slug, () => sanity.fetch(query, { slug })); // we'll use destructuring assignment to return the first mab lib const [madLib] = data; // this will store the state of the answers of this mad lib const [answers, setAnswers] = useState( // if the items exist in localStorage, then localStorage.getItem(slug) ? // then set the initial state to that value JSON.parse(localStorage.getItem(slug)) : // otherwise, set the initial state to an empty object {}, ); // this is a react "effect" hook: // we use this to watch for changes in the `slug` or `answers` variables and // update local storage when those change. useEffect(() => { localStorage.setItem(slug, JSON.stringify(answers)); }, [slug, answers]); if (!madLib) { return

    Loading…h1>; } // once the mad lib is loaded, we can map through the structured content to // find our placeholder shape. the end result is an array of these placeholders const placeholders = madLib?.story .map((block) => block.children.filter((n) => n._type === 'placeholder')) .flat(); // using the above placeholders array, we calculate whether or not all the // blanks are filled in by checking the whether every placeholder has a value // in the `answers` state variable. const allBlanksFilledIn = placeholders?.every( (placeholder) => answers[placeholder._key], ); return ( <>

    {madLib.title}h2> {madLib.title} {!allBlanksFilledIn ? ( // if all the blanks are _not_ filled in, then we can show the form <>

    Fill in the blank!p>

    When you're done, the finished mad lib will appear.p>

    { e.preventDefault(); const answerEntries = Array.from( // find all the inputs e.currentTarget.querySelectorAll('input'), ) // then get the name and values in a tuple .map((inputEl) => [, inputEl.value]); // use `Object.fromEntries` to transform them back to an object const nextAnswers = Object.fromEntries(answerEntries); setAnswers(nextAnswers); }} >
      {/* for each placeholder… */} {{ _key, type }) => (
    • {/* …render an input an a label. */} {type} label> li> ))} ul> Submit!button> form> > ) : ( // if all the blanks are filled in, then we can show the rendered // story with a custom serializer for the type `placeholder` <> answers[_key] }, }} /> { // we reset the state on click after the users confirms it's okay. if (window.confirm('Are you sure you want to reset?')) { setAnswers({}); } }} > Reset button> {/* this is a simple link back to the main mab libs index */} ← More Mad Libs Link> > )} > ); } export default MadLib;

  • GitHub repo uson-js

    🌟 Micro serialized object notation

    Project mention: USON, UXML, UCFG: micro formats in modern way | | 2021-04-11
NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020). The latest post mention was on 2021-06-05.

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Project Stars
1 parse5 2,769
2 pxi 257
3 block-content-to-react 141
4 uson-js 6
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