Mined Opinions For API: com.sdicons.jsontools

This tab contains all the opinions collected from Stack Overflow about the API. The other tabs present summaries of the opinions using different algorithms.
  • I'll make the question clearer.. details
  • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?. details
  • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [ URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ ] URL_https://github.com/fge/json-schema-validator [ URL_https://github.com/fge/json - schema-validator] However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support.. details
  • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up-to-date with good test code.. details
  • Here you can find a URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [tool] that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( URL_http ://google-gson.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gson/docs/javadocs/index.html [google- json] for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON).. details
  • I've used URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [JSON-Tools-library] and it works well.. details
Summaries the opinions about com.sdicons.jsontools using topic modeling.
  • 0. gson find 2nd valid html deserialize doc tool operation throw: 6
    • I'll make the question clearer.. details
    • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?. details
    • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: - schema-validator] However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support.. details
    • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up-to-date with good test code.. details
    • Here you can find a tool that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( ://google-gson.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gson/docs/javadocs/index.html [google- json] for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON).. details
    • I've used JSON-Tools-library and it works well.. details
Summaries of the opinions about com.sdicons.jsontools 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.
  • Here you can find a tool that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( : google gson googlecode com svn trunk gson docs javadocs index html google json for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON) .
  • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?.
  • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: schema validator However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support .
  • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up to date with good test code .
  • I've used JSON Tools library and it works well .
  • I'll make the question clearer .
  • Here you can find a tool that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( : google gson googlecode com svn trunk gson docs javadocs index html google json for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON) .
  • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?.
  • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: schema validator However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support .
  • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up to date with good test code .
  • I've used JSON Tools library and it works well .
  • I'll make the question clearer .
  • Here you can find a tool that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( : google gson googlecode com svn trunk gson docs javadocs index html google json for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON) .
  • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?.
  • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: schema validator However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support .
  • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up to date with good test code .
  • I've used JSON Tools library and it works well .
  • I'll make the question clearer .
Summaries of the opinions about com.sdicons.jsontools using Opinosis, an abstractive summarizer of opinions..
Summaries of the opinions about com.sdicons.jsontools using contrastive viewpoints. Each entry contains a pair of positive and negative sentences that are most likely discussing about similar API features.
Summaries of opinions about based on specific API aspects, such as, performance, usability, etc. The 'Overview' page provides an overview of the aspects detected in the opinions. The 'Trend' page shows the distribution of polarity over time for each aspect. The 'Positive Opinions' page groups positive opinions by the detected aspects. The 'Contrastive By Aspect' page shows paris of contrastive opinions under each aspect (where found).
Features:
  • I'll make the question clearer.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?
  • N/A
  • Features: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I'll make the question clearer.. details
  • Usability: 5
    1. general: 5
      • Curious if anyone has any other suggestions on a good way to accomplish this (from what it seems), simple task that need, or if I perhaps need to stick with the 2nd option from above?. details
      • Through searching, I have found the following 2 promising libraries for accomplishing this: URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [ URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ ] URL_https://github.com/fge/json-schema-validator [ URL_https://github.com/fge/json - schema-validator] However, the first one seems fairly outdated with poor support.. details
      • Similar story with the 2nd one, which seems to be up-to-date with good test code.. details
      • Here you can find a URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [tool] that can validate a JSON file, or you could just deserialize your JSON file with any JSON library and if the operation is successful then it should be valid ( URL_http ://google-gson.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/gson/docs/javadocs/index.html [google- json] for example that will throw an exception if the input it is parsing is not valid JSON).. details
      • I've used URL_http://jsontools.berlios.de/ [JSON-Tools-library] and it works well.. details