circe is a JSON library for Scala (and Scala.js).
Please see the guide for more information about why circe exists and how to use it.
Are you using circe? Please consider opening a pull request to list your organization here:
- Anduin Transactions
- CiBO Technologies (using circe to (de)serialize data in support of a sustainable revolution in agriculture)
- The Guardian
- Project September (using circe to exchange and store data within the platform and serve data using GraphQL with Sangria)
- Ravel Law (using circe to (de)serialize data for search, analytics, and visualization of tens of millions of legal opinions)
- Snowplow Analytics
- SoundCloud (transforming 200,000,000 JSON events every hour in MapReduce ETLs)
- Spotify (using circe for JSON IO in Scio)
- TabMo (parsing more than 100k events per second with Akka Stream and Spark)
- Threat Stack
- Twilio (sending many, many millions of messages a day with Circe and Akka)
Other circe organization projects
- circe-jackson: A library that provides Jackson-supported parsing and printing for circe.
- circe-yaml: A library that uses SnakeYAML to support parsing YAML 1.1
- circe-spray: A library that provides JSON marshallers and unmarshallers for Spray using circe.
- circe-benchmarks: Benchmarks for comparing the performance of circe and other JSON libraries for the JVM.
The following open source projects are either built on circe or provide circe support:
- Actor Messenger: A platform for instant messaging.
- akka-http-json: A library that supports using circe for JSON marshalling and unmarshalling in Akka HTTP.
- akka-stream-json: A library that provides Json support for stream based applications using jawn as a parser with a convenience example for circe.
- Argus: Generates models and circe encoders and decoders from JSON schemas.
- cornichon: A DSL for JSON API testing.
- Cosmos: An API for DCOS services that uses circe.
- crjdt: A conflict-free replicated JSON datatype in Scala.
- diffson: A Scala diff / patch library for JSON.
- elastic4s: A Scala client for Elasticsearch with circe support.
- Enumeratum: Enumerations for Scala with circe integration.
- Featherbed: A REST client library with circe support.
- Finch: A library for building web services with circe support.
- fintrospect: HTTP contracts for Finagle with circe support.
- fluflu: A Fluentd logger.
- Github4s: A GitHub API wrapper written in Scala.
- content-api-models: The Guardian's Content API Thrift models.
- http4s: A purely functional HTTP library for client and server applications.
- Iglu Schema Repository: A JSON Schema repository with circe support.
- jsactor: An actor library for Scala.js with circe support.
- jwt-circe: A JSON Web Token implementation with circe support.
- kadai-log: A logging library with circe support.
- msgpack4z-circe: A MessagePack implementation with circe support.
- play-circe: circe support for Play!.
- Rapture: Support for using circe's parsing and AST in Rapture JSON.
- roc: A PostgreSQL client built on Finagle.
- sangria-circe: circe marshalling for Sangria, a GraphQL implementation.
- scalist: A Todoist API client.
- scala-jsonapi: Scala support library for integrating the JSON API spec with Spray, Play! or Circe
- Scio: A Scala API for Apache Beam and Google Cloud Dataflow, uses circe for JSON IO
- seals: Tools for schema evolution and language-integrated schemata (derives circe encoders and decoders).
- Slick-pg: Slick extensions for PostgreSQL.
- telepooz: A Scala wrapper for the Telegram Bot API built on circe.
- Zenith: Functional HTTP library built on circe.
The following projects provide examples, templates, or benchmarks that include circe:
Contributors and participation
Please see the contributors' guide for details on how to submit a pull request.
circe is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this software except in compliance with the License.
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