Mined Opinions For API: javax.json

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  • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments.. details
  • According to URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/package- summary.html [link] there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45.. details
  • It would be fairly easy to wrap URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonObject.html [JsonObject] and URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonArray.html [JsonArray] in a JSObject implementation.. details
  • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects.. details
  • It would be fairly easy to wrap URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonObject.html [JsonObject] and URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonArray.html [JsonArray] in a JSObject implementation.. details
  • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj.foo, obj.func(), delete obj.foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class.. details
  • Since both are obviously geared towards JSON, is there any planned interoperability between them (ie.. details
  • will Nashorn include native support for javax.json.spi.JsonObject)?. details
  • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript / JSON objects into the script at runtime.. details
  • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects.. details
  • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like _jlaskey_, _hannesw_ (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys/gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen.. details
  • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax.json.. details
  • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax.json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Edit 1 As it turns out the URL_http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file /fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptObjectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] class can be used as a go-by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself.. details
  • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for URL_http ://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/38378024a332/src/jdk/nashor n/api/scripting/JSObject.java [JSObject] with URL_http://hg.openjdk.java.net/j dk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptOb jectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] .. details
Summaries the opinions about javax.json using topic modeling.
  • 0. nashorn obj standard foo jsonobject interoperability script jsobject idea jsonarray: 8
    • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects.. details
    • It would be fairly easy to wrap JsonObject and JsonArray in a JSObject implementation.. details
    • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj.foo, obj.func(), delete obj.foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class.. details
    • Since both are obviously geared towards JSON, is there any planned interoperability between them (ie.. details
    • will Nashorn include native support for javax.json.spi.JsonObject)?. details
    • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects.. details
    • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax.json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax.json.. details
  • 1. comment jsobject happen provide gal hannesw create simple jlaskey accord: 4
    • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments.. details
    • According to summary.html [link] there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45.. details
    • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript / JSON objects into the script at runtime.. details
    • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like _jlaskey_, _hannesw_ (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys/gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen.. details
  • 0. nashorn jsobject src script jdk8 scriptobjectmirror jdk gate implementation turn: 2
    • Edit 1 As it turns out the /fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptObjectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] class can be used as a go-by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself.. details
    • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for ://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/38378024a332/src/jdk/nashor n/api/scripting/JSObject.java [JSObject] with dk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptOb jectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] .. details
Summaries of the opinions about javax.json 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.
  • Since both are obviously geared towards JSON, is there any planned interoperability between them (ie .
  • will Nashorn include native support for javax json spi JsonObject)?.
  • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript JSON objects into the script at runtime .
  • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects .
  • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like jlaskey , hannesw (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen .
  • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects .
  • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj foo, obj func(), delete obj foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class .
  • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments .
  • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax json .
  • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript JSON objects into the script at runtime .
  • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects .
  • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like jlaskey , hannesw (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen .
  • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects .
  • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj foo, obj func(), delete obj foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class .
  • It would be fairly easy to wrap JsonObject and JsonArray in a JSObject implementation .
  • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments .
  • According to summary html link there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45 .
  • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax json .
  • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • will Nashorn include native support for javax json spi JsonObject)?.
  • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript JSON objects into the script at runtime .
  • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects .
  • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like jlaskey , hannesw (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen .
  • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects .
  • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj foo, obj func(), delete obj foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class .
  • It would be fairly easy to wrap JsonObject and JsonArray in a JSObject implementation .
  • According to summary html link there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45 .
  • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax json .
  • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for : hg openjdk java net jdk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file 38378024a332 src jdk nashor n api scripting JSObject java JSObject with dk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptOb jectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror .
  • Edit 1 As it turns out the fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptObjectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror class can be used as a go by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself .
  • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for : hg openjdk java net jdk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file 38378024a332 src jdk nashor n api scripting JSObject java JSObject with dk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptOb jectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror .
  • Edit 1 As it turns out the fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptObjectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror class can be used as a go by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself .
  • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for : hg openjdk java net jdk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file 38378024a332 src jdk nashor n api scripting JSObject java JSObject with dk8 jdk8 gate nashorn file fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptOb jectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror .
  • Edit 1 As it turns out the fbd21b00197b src jdk nashorn api scripting ScriptObjectMirror java ScriptObjectMirror class can be used as a go by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself .
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Documentation:
  • According to URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/package- summary.html [link] there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45.
  • N/A
Features:
  • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments.
  • N/A
Usability:
  • It would be fairly easy to wrap URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonObject.html [JsonObject] and URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonArray.html [JsonArray] in a JSObject implementation.
  • Edit 1 As it turns out the URL_http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file /fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptObjectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] class can be used as a go-by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself.
  • Documentation: 2
    1. general: 2
      • According to URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/package- summary.html [link] there should be a JSON support in the latest Java EE JDK 7u45.. details
      • It would be fairly easy to wrap URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonObject.html [JsonObject] and URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonArray.html [JsonArray] in a JSObject implementation.. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • Thanks for the answer, I added to my question to address your comments.. details
      • Nashorn will treat objects of such classes just like nashorn script objects.. details
      • Usual nashorn operations like obj[i], obj.foo, obj.func(), delete obj.foo will be glued to appropriate method call of this class.. details
      • Since both are obviously geared towards JSON, is there any planned interoperability between them (ie.. details
  • Usability: 7
    1. general: 7
      • It would be fairly easy to wrap URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonObject.html [JsonObject] and URL_http://docs.oracle.com/javaee/7/api/javax/json/JsonArray.html [JsonArray] in a JSObject implementation.. details
      • will Nashorn include native support for javax.json.spi.JsonObject)?. details
      • Edit 1 @Vik Gamov, By interoperability, I mean a way to inject javascript / JSON objects into the script at runtime.. details
      • I know Nashorn allows for objects from other JVM languages, like standard Java objects.. details
      • However, if someone wanted to use 100% javascript there needs to be a simple way to create pure JS objects from the outside and it seems like _jlaskey_, _hannesw_ (as per comments on JSObject) and the other guys/gals at Oracle have provided a way to make that happen.. details
      • Serialize Pojos to JSON using new standard javax.json.. details
      • I like the idea of having a standard for JSON serialization in Java, javax.json is a great step forward you can do an object graph like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 2
    1. general: 2
      • Edit 1 As it turns out the URL_http://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file /fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptObjectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] class can be used as a go-by or as a default implementation of JSObject itself.. details
      • As it turns out, they have also provided a default implementation for URL_http ://hg.openjdk.java.net/jdk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/38378024a332/src/jdk/nashor n/api/scripting/JSObject.java [JSObject] with URL_http://hg.openjdk.java.net/j dk8/jdk8-gate/nashorn/file/fbd21b00197b/src/jdk/nashorn/api/scripting/ScriptOb jectMirror.java [ScriptObjectMirror] .. details