Mined Opinions For API: jsonschema2pojo

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  • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0.3.3.. details
  • Thanks!. details
  • jsonschema2pojo.org was exactly what I was looking for!.. details
  • Thanks for all the tools!.. details
  • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response.. details
  • At the moment the best solution is probably URL_https://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [JsonSchema2Pojo] : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json.. 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
  • I then looked at URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes [ URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes ] , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working.. 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
  • If you're interested in generating your DTOs, can I suggest URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [jsonschema2pojo] ?. details
  • Hope this helps!. details
  • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [jsonschema2pojo] .. details
  • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema.. details
  • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO-style Java classes (in the form of .java source files).. details
Summaries the opinions about jsonschema2pojo using topic modeling.
  • 0. schema create fyi tool pojos provide coverage rule finalise structural: 9
    • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0.3.3.. details
    • Thanks!. details
    • jsonschema2pojo.org was exactly what I was looking for!.. details
    • At the moment the best solution is probably JsonSchema2Pojo : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json.. details
    • I then looked at , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working.. 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
    • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: jsonschema2pojo .. details
    • Hope this helps!. details
    • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema.. details
  • 1. schema tool create solution autogenerate student detailed dtos interested response: 4
    • Thanks for all the tools!.. details
    • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response.. 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
    • If you're interested in generating your DTOs, can I suggest jsonschema2pojo ?. details
  • 0. tool dto generate form schema: 1
    • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO-style Java classes (in the form of .java source files).. details
Summaries of the opinions about jsonschema2pojo 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.
  • Thanks for all the tools!
  • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response .
  • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: jsonschema2pojo .
  • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema .
  • Hope this helps!.
  • At the moment the best solution is probably JsonSchema2Pojo : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json .
  • 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 .
  • I then looked at , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working .
  • 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 .
  • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0 3 3 .
  • Thanks for all the tools!
  • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response .
  • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: jsonschema2pojo .
  • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema .
  • At the moment the best solution is probably JsonSchema2Pojo : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json .
  • If you're interested in generating your DTOs, can I suggest jsonschema2pojo ?.
  • 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 .
  • I then looked at , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working .
  • 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 .
  • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0 3 3 .
  • jsonschema2pojo org was exactly what I was looking for!
  • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response .
  • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: jsonschema2pojo .
  • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema .
  • At the moment the best solution is probably JsonSchema2Pojo : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json .
  • If you're interested in generating your DTOs, can I suggest jsonschema2pojo ?.
  • 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 .
  • I then looked at , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working .
  • 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 .
  • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0 3 3 .
  • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO style Java classes (in the form of java source files) .
  • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO style Java classes (in the form of java source files) .
  • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO style Java classes (in the form of java source files) .
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Onlysentiment:
  • Thanks!
  • N/A
Community:
  • Hope this helps!
  • N/A
Usability:
  • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0.3.3.
  • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO-style Java classes (in the form of .java source files).
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
  • Usability: 10
    1. json: 6
      • FYI, jsonschema2pojo also supports generating types from an example JSON document (not schema) as of v0.3.3.. details
      • A detailed solution would be to use a tool such as jsonschema2pojo to autogenerate the required Domain Classes such as Student from the Schema of the json Response.. details
      • At the moment the best solution is probably URL_https://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [JsonSchema2Pojo] : It does the job from the seldom used Json Schema but also with plain Json.. 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
      • The project is not yet mature but already provides coverage of the most useful parts of json schema.. details
    2. jackson: 1
      • I then looked at URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes [ URL_http://wiki.fasterxml.com/JacksonInFiveMinutes ] , Jackson would have been able to use the pojos created by jsonschema2pojo if Id managed to get it working.. details
    3. general: 3
      • jsonschema2pojo.org was exactly what I was looking for!.. details
      • If you're interested in generating your DTOs, can I suggest URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [jsonschema2pojo] ?. details
      • It's still in draft (not finalised) but it's close to completion and is now a viable tool specifying your structural rules I've recently started a new open source project specifically intended to solve your problem: URL_http://code.google.com/p/jsonschema2pojo/ [jsonschema2pojo] .. details
  • Usability: 1
    1. general: 1
      • The jsonschema2pojo tool takes a json schema document and generates DTO-style Java classes (in the form of .java source files).. details