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ArduinoJson - C++ JSON library for IoT ==================== Build status Build Status Coverage Status Star this project An elegant and efficient JSON library for embedded systems. It’s designed to have the most intuitive API, the smallest footprint and is able to work without any allocation on the heap (no malloc). It has been written with Arduino in mind, but it isn’t linked to Arduino libraries so you can use this library in any other C++ project. For instance, it supports Aduino’s String and Stream, but also std::string, std::istream and std::ostream. Features ——– * JSON decoding (comments are supported) * JSON encoding (with optional indentation) * Elegant API, very easy to use * Fixed memory allocation (zero malloc) * No data duplication (zero copy) * Portable (written in C++98) * Self-contained (no external dependency) * Small footprint * Header-only library * MIT License Works on ——– * Arduino boards: Uno, Due, Mini, Micro, Yun… * ESP8266, ESP32 * Teensy * RedBearLab boards (BLE Nano…) * Intel Edison and Galileo * WeMos boards: D1… * Computers: Windows, Linux, OSX… * PlatformIO * Particle * Energia Quick start ———–

Decoding / Parsing

c++ char json[] = "{\"sensor\":\"gps\",\"time\":1351824120,\"data\":[48.756080,2.302038]}"; StaticJsonBuffer<200> jsonBuffer; JsonObject& root = jsonBuffer.parseObject(json); const char* sensor = root["sensor"]; long time = root["time"]; double latitude = root["data"][0]; double longitude = root["data"][1]; See JsonParserExample.ino

Encoding / Generating

c++ StaticJsonBuffer<200> jsonBuffer; JsonObject& root = jsonBuffer.createObject(); root["sensor"] = "gps"; root["time"] = 1351824120; JsonArray& data = root.createNestedArray("data"); data.add(48.756080); data.add(2.302038); root.printTo(Serial); // This prints: // {"sensor":"gps","time":1351824120,"data":[48.756080,2.302038]} See JsonGeneratorExample.ino Documentation ————- The documentation is available online in the ArduinoJson Website. The ArduinoJson Assistant helps you get started with the library. Donators ——– Special thanks to the following persons and companies who made generous donations to the library author: * Robert Murphy USA * Surge Communications USA * Alex Scott United Kingdom * Firepick Services LLC USA * A B Doodkorte Netherlands * Scott Smith USA * Johann Stieger Austria * Gustavo Donizeti Gini Brazil * Charles-Henri Hallard France * Martijn van den Burg Netherlands * Nick Koumaris Greece * Jon Williams USA * Kestutis Liaugminas Lithuania * Darlington Adibe Nigeria * Yoeri Kroon Netherlands * Andrew Melvin United Kingdom * Doanh Luong Vietnam * Christoph Schmidt Germany * OpenEVSE LLC USA * Prokhoryatov Alexey Russia — Found this library useful? Please star this project or help me back with a donation! :smile:

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