Mined Opinions For API: anjsonserializer

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  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blob/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/a ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blo b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java] ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
  • EDIT:Maybe URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json.. details
  • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time.. details
  • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] .. details
Summaries the opinions about anjsonserializer using topic modeling.
  • 0. samplereader schema create gson jackson accmeter jsonschema2pojo update edit pojos: 3
    • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
    • EDIT:Maybe would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json.. details
    • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time.. details
  • 0. case building shameles advertising databinding gson: 1
    • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): .. details
Summaries of the opinions about anjsonserializer using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • EDIT:Maybe would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json .
  • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time .
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • EDIT:Maybe would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json .
  • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time .
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • EDIT:Maybe would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json .
  • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time .
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: ndroid accmeter file SampleReader java b master src main java de pribluda android accmeter file SampleReader java ( just provide java io Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
  • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): .
  • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): .
  • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): .
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Features:
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  • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] .
Usability:
  • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blob/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/a ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blo b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java] ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .
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  • Usability: 3
    1. general: 3
      • Some pull parser like GSON oder jackson would suit your task better (jackson claims to be faster, but also heavier jars and more dependencies - I prefer GSON) You may also consider simple databinding library: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] ( jars available from maven central ) With it parsing of JSON becomes looks this way: URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blob/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/a ndroid/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/accmeter/blo b/master/src/main/java/de/pribluda/android/accmeter/file/SampleReader.java] ( just provide java.io.Reader and class to fill fields in ) .. details
      • EDIT:Maybe URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] would be useful UPDATE:FYI so I looked at jsonschema2pojo but that only creates pojos from a schema, and I didnt actually have a json schema, just the actual json.. details
      • So I then tried following the example and created a POJO based on the json data I had and it was quite easy, then I then tried full data binding using this and it worked first time.. details
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • In case you need java objects out of your JSON data , you may try my small databinding library building on GSON (shameles self advertising off): URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer [ URL_https://github.com/ko5tik/jsonserializer ] .. details