A fast Haskell JSON library
I'd be curious to see the benchmarks with the cffi flag enabled. aeson by default uses Haskell instead of C and this results in a pretty massive slowdown - the benchmark in that PR shows FFI being 12x faster.
Fast and simple JSON encoding toolkit
Would be interesting to know how it compares to jsonifier. I've achieved 3x improvement over "aeson" with it as well.
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Arbitrary-precision floating-point numbers represented using scientific notation
Also weighing against scientific is a correctness issue. The exponent cannot be larger than the maximum machine word value.
Efficiency of parsing large JSON, alternatives?
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