Jdh: A Json implementation for Haskell, with JavaScript Values and Encoding/Decoding

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This package provides JSON data encoding and decoding for Haskell. It also provides option for beautifying the JSON encoding output with indentation and line breaks. The JSValue data type is the center of the package, and it is a type constructor; it may have different Integral types, Fractional Types or IsString types.

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Dependencies base (>=4.8 && <4.9) [details]
License MIT
Author Bruno Corrêa Zimmermann
Maintainer brunoczim@gmail.com
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Home page https://github.com/brunoczim/Json-Data-for-Haskell
Uploaded by brunoczim at 2017-02-25T22:59:57Z
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A JSON implementation for haskell

module Main(
) where
import Data.Jdh.Json

main :: IO ()
main = do
    print $ fromArray [fromInt 3, fromInt 5, fromStr "Haha"]
    putStrLn $ encode True $ fromProps ["field1" =: fromInt 5, "field2" =: fromReal 3.5]
    putStrLn $ encode False $ fromProps ["condensed JSON data" =: fromBool True]
    print $ decode "{\"hello\": [\"world\"], \"nested\": {\"nested\": true}}"
    return ()