In a similar vein to several of the recent posts, I'd like to invite the
group to take a look at another new open source JSON parser and
> is written in Java, and was inspired
by some of the frustrations I've experienced applying some of the other
JSON parsers to the requirements I have at work. It provides three
* Document based (like DOM)
* Pull (like StAX)
* Push (like SAX)
The document model is also used for generating JSON.
The main frustrations I mentioned above that are addressed are:
* Simplicitiy of API - I've tried to make the API as simple and
robust as possible for handling JSON from a source of unknown quality.
The intention is that it should be easy to check for, and pull out
arbitrary elements of a JSON document.
* Precision of numbers - the precision of numbers in a JSON document
is preserved entirely; it's up to the user of the API to choose how to
represent those numbers if they want to perform operations on them.
This is absolutely critical for financial applicaitons, among others.
* Type safety - as much as is possible, the compiler should be able
to tell you about mistakes with the API. There should be no need for
any casting at all.
* Completeness - I wanted to be able to use a single library for all
my JSON needs. Prior to this, we seemed to have collected dependencies
on half the libraries on JSON org.
I'd be very interested to hear opinions, suggestions, criticism, etc.,
either here, or on the forums listed on the support page at
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