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circe generic


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circe

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circe is a JSON library for Scala (and Scala.js).

Please see the guide for more information about why circe exists and how to use it.

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Adopters

Are you using circe? Please consider opening a pull request to list your organization here:

Other circe organization projects

Please get in touch on Gitter if you have a circe-related project that you'd like to discuss hosting under the circe organization on GitHub.

  • circe-benchmarks: Benchmarks for comparing the performance of circe and other JSON libraries for the JVM.
  • circe-config: A library for translating between HOCON, Java properties, and JSON documents.
  • circe-derivation: Experimental generic derivation with improved compile times.
  • circe-fs2: A library that provides streaming JSON parsing and decoding built on fs2 and Jawn.
  • circe-iteratee: A library that provides streaming JSON parsing and decoding built on iteratee.io and Jawn.
  • circe-jackson: A library that provides Jackson-supported parsing and printing for circe.
  • circe-spray: A library that provides JSON marshallers and unmarshallers for Spray using circe.
  • circe-yaml: A library that uses SnakeYAML to support parsing YAML 1.1 into circe's Json.

The following open source projects are either built on circe or provide circe support:

Examples

The following projects provide examples, templates, or benchmarks that include circe:

Contributors and participation

circe is a fork of Argonaut, and if you find it at all useful, you should thank Mark Hibberd, Tony Morris, Kenji Yoshida, and the rest of the Argonaut contributors.

circe is currently maintained by Travis Brown, Alexandre Archambault, and Vladimir Kostyukov. After the 1.0 release, all pull requests will require two sign-offs by a maintainer to be merged.

The circe project supports the Scala code of conduct and wants all of its channels (Gitter, GitHub, etc.) to be inclusive environments.

Please see the contributors' guide for details on how to submit a pull request.

License

circe is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this software except in compliance with the License.

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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Package last updated on 17 Jul 2021

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