sjson

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Squishable JSON strings. To assist with JSON compression by stripping variable name double quotes and yet the squished strings can still be parsed by javascript.

Install 🔨

npm install sjson

Usage 🔧

var SJSON = require('sjson');
 
var data  = {first:"joe", last:"smith", age:27};
var json  = JSON.stringify(data);
var sjson = SJSON.squish(json);
var json2 = SJSON.unsquish(sjson);
var data2 = JSON.parse(json2);
 
console.log(data);  // {"first": "joe", "last": "smith", "age": 27}
console.log(json);  // {"first":"joe","last":"smith","age":27}
console.log(sjson); // {first:"joe",last:"smith",age:27}
console.log(json2); // {"first":"joe","last":"smith","age":27}
console.log(data2); // {"first": "joe", "last": "smith", "age": 27}

While it may not look like much, every byte helps when you scale :-) In this example we get at 15% headstart on any addition compression we may want to do.

Directly operate with objects 🔧

sjson = SJSON.squishify(data); // do both JSON.stringify and SJSON.squish
data2 = SJSON.parse(sjson);    // do both SJSON.unsquish and JSON.parse
 
console.log(data);  // {"first": "joe", "last": "smith", "age": 27}
console.log(sjson); // {first:"joe",last:"smith",age:27}
console.log(data2); // {"first": "joe", "last": "smith", "age": 27}

Generate browser callbacks 🔧

out = SJSON.callbackify(data, 'callme'); // function wrapped SJSON.squishify
console.log(out);                        // callme({first:"joe",last:"smith",age:27});

Credits 👥

Derek and Bergi

License: MIT 🔓

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