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Dropping Project Support for Code Generation

Some time ago, I released my first attempt at code generation from JSON Schemas. However, I’ve decided to deprecate the library in favor of Corvus.JsonSchema. When I created JsonSchema.Net.CodeGe...

In Pursuit of Native Code

I don’t even know how to begin this post. I don’t think there has been as big an announcement for this project as support for .Net 8 and Native AOT. Yet here we are. HUGE thanks to Jevan Saks fo...

Why I'm Updating My JSON Schema Vocabularies

Both of the vocabularies defined by json-everything are getting a facelift. The data vocabulary is getting some new functionality. The UniqueKeys vocabulary is being deprecated in favor of th...

JSON-e Expressions

JSON-e is a data-structure parameterization system for embedding context in JSON objects. At least that’s how they describe it. My take would be that it’s something of an amalgamation between...

.Net Decimals are Weird

I’ve discovered another odd consequence of what is probably fully intentional code: 4m != 4.0m. Okay, that’s not strictly true, but it does seem so if you’re comparing the values in JSON. var a ...

Interpreting JSON Schema Output

Cross-posting from the JSON Schema Blog. I’ve received a lot of questions (and purported bugs) and had quite a few discussions over the past few years regarding JSON Schema output, and by far the ...

Exploring Code Generation with JsonSchema.Net.CodeGeneration

About a month ago, my first foray into the world of code generation was published with the extension library JsonSchema.Net.CodeGeneration. For this post, I’d like to dive into the process a littl...

The New JsonSchema.Net

Some changes are coming to JsonSchema.Net: faster validation and fewer memory allocations thanks to a new keyword architecture. The best part: unless you’ve built your own keywords, this probably ...

JsonNode's Odd API

var array = new JsonArray { ["a"] = 1, ["b"] = 2, ["c"] = 3, }; This compiles. Why does this compile?! Today we’re going to explore that. What’s wrong? In case you didn’t see it, ...

Correction: JSON Path vs JSON Pointer

In my post comparing JSON Path and JSON Pointer, I made the following claim: A JSON Pointer can be expressed as a JSON Path only when all of its segments are non-numeric keys. Thinking about ...