circe / circe-droste   0.2.0


Recursion schemes for Circe

Scala versions: 2.13 2.12
Scala.js versions: 0.6


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This project includes some tools for working with Circe's representation of JSON documents using recursion schemes. It currently includes a pattern functor for io.circe.Json and some basic integration with Droste.


Count all the nulls anywhere in a document!

import higherkindness.droste.Algebra, higherkindness.droste.scheme.cata
import io.circe.pattern.JsonF, io.circe.droste._, io.circe.literal._

val nullCounter: Algebra[JsonF, Int] = Algebra {
  case JsonF.NullF => 1
  case JsonF.ArrayF(xs) => xs.sum
  case JsonF.ObjectF(fs) =>
  case _ => 0

val doc = json"""{"x":[null,{"y":[1,null,true,[null,null]]}]}"""

val result = cata(nullCounter).apply(doc) // result: Int = 4

Or you can use Droste's foldMap:

import higherkindness.droste.syntax.project._
import io.circe.droste._, io.circe.literal._

val doc = json"""{"x":[null,{"y":[1,null,true,[null,null]]}]}"""

val result = doc.foldMap(j => if (j.isNull) 1 else 0) // result: Int = 4

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