The Using JSON Schema project is a set of repositories containing programs described in the book, and the example JSON and JSON Schema content.
Project containing the source code for the examples and programs used in the book
jsonsyntax - JSON Syntax Check library / utility
- Python ujs-jsonsyntax-python
The introductory project is a simple command line that checks the syntax of a JSON file. It exits with a return code of zero (successful) or one (failure), making it useful for use in scripts. It can also be used as a library.
jsonvalidate - JSON Validation library / utility
- Python ujs-jsonvalidate-python
jsonvalidate provides a library, with command line / script support, that enables JSON validation to be performed with JSON Schema definitions. It supports,
- Loading the JSON content and schema, along with referenced schemas, from the local file system. Convenient for development and testing.
- Support for local and remote schema content access.
safefile - Automated Recovery File library
- Python ujs-safefile-python
Using JSON files for programs with higher robustness requirements is assisted by a library for file read/write that supports automated recovery processing. The safefile library writes content in a recoverable manner, which can be inspected and recovered through automation for most failure conditions.
The jsonvalidate.com web application, a single page application for validating JSON against JSON Schema, including using referenced schemas.
The JSON Schema examples in the book chapters 3 and 4 are also able to be loaded through the Import function for easy use of the examples for experimenting.