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  • A list of SaaS, PaaS and IaaS offerings that have free tiers of interest to devops and infradev - Quickly auto-generate models/class/type/interface and serializers from JSON, schema, and GraphQL for working with data quickly & safely in any programming language. Convert JSON into gorgeous, typesafe code in any language. - Source: / 3 months ago
  • 10 Lesser-Known Tools and Websites to Spice Up Your Developer Toolbox
    Quicktype automates the generation of code from JSON data. It's a real timesaver when dealing with complex JSON structures in your applications. - Source: / 7 months ago
  • Show HN: A tool to Convert JSON schemas into TypeScript classes
    Nice! JSON schemas are really useful, we use them a lot for code generation. Another library that does this for multiple languages is . It's great, but not so actively developed. - Source: Hacker News / 8 months ago
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    Quicktype is a speedy way to transform JSON data into well-structured, type-safe code in any programming language. Can help simplify the process of generating models and serializers from JSON, schema, or GraphQL—for secure, efficient data handling. 6-20PM finds it a "Godsend to convert JSON into data structures in any language.". Source: 8 months ago
  • Migration to TypeScript Advice
    Good candidate modules for these initial conversions are utility functions and code related to external APIs or specifications. It is possible to automatically generate TypeScript type definitions from Swagger contracts, GraphQL or JSON schemas to be included in your project. As well as you can use website called to generate types and interfaces in order to user them in your tsx or ts file. - Source: / 11 months ago
  • Help with json parser
    Using Codable structs is better than dictionaries. Paste the JSON into and it will create the structs for you. Source: 12 months ago
  • Is there a neat way to work with deeply-nested JSON?
    Check out You can paste in your JSON and it will build your model for you. There's even an option for creating constructors. And you can choose your programming language. I usually spend some time cleaning it up a bit. It's not the perfect solution and I don't use it all the time, but it sure saves time for complicated models. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Need Help on API Implementation
    Hello. I used to try and implement an api in my code. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Isin't there any tool, which will help to convert json body to data classes?
    I would to build models in a dynamic way - for now, I'm using to convert json to model in a semi-manual way. It would be great, to have the possibility to generate models in a fully automated style - json is coming, and model files are generated. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Need some help with JSON Parsing
    You already have the answer, but in the future is a great reference for JSON/Swift decoding. Source: about 1 year ago
  • System language influences JSON decoding
    Seems like date handling or decimal point differences are the most likely causes. I would paste your JSON into and see if the Swift code they spit out works under other languages. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How do you manage typing between Django backend and a TypeScript frontend?
    I actually worked in a company that used this, my work involved doing the frontend with nextjs, so basically I’d use to create the types for the api written in Django, not the best process considering that there’s this amazing library called tRPC that merges front and back altogether end to end type safe. Source: over 1 year ago
  • How can I pass dictionary data gotten from API request into iOS charts?
    The first step is to take the raw json result and paste it into to generate structs. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What libraries are missing?
    I always use Source: over 1 year ago
  • - Quickly auto generate models/class/type/interface and serializers from JSON, schema, and GraphQL for working with data quickly & safely in any programming language. Convert JSON into gorgeous, typesafe code in any language. - Source: / over 1 year ago
  • Question: How would I break this down into structs? I just need Event Date,Artist Name, Venue Name , City - Name/State
    Take the JSON, paste it into, and it will generate Swift structs for you. Source: over 1 year ago
  • rust-analyzer changelog #142
    If it was bigger I probably would have used one of the many tools to generate a schema and then generate a Rust struct. Offhand, quicktype is one I've used before. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Is OK?
    For those unfamiliar with what it is – is a website that offers a way to convert your JSON structure into swift structs. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Ultra-minimal JSON schemas with TypeScript inference
    This looks really nice as an alternative to JSON schema, which is horribly verbose. Like using RELAX NG compact syntax for XML schemas back in the day, versus horrible verbose DTDs or XSDs. But I think the most natural way to express JSON schemas would be TypeScript type declarations. Is there a project that can take a TS type and generate a runtime parser/validator for it? I thought maybe Quicktype... - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
  • Users of Rider IDE, are there any features from VS that you miss while using Rider?
    FYI works really well here. Many different configuration options, can use standard JSON or a JSON schema, and not limited to C# but has a ton of other language options as well. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Creating a struct for an API call (JSON)
    I like to use for making codables out of JSON. For nested JSON, like that location object you have in there, quicktype typically creates a nested codable and just sets the "location" inside of the parent codable to that location codable type. If you want to access it, you would decode the entire thing and pull the location out. That pattern works for my uses, but for your use, like if the JSON is... Source: almost 2 years ago

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