This is a fork of https://github.com/coursera/autoschema that merges several sanity updates and updates some features to be of use with the current status of JSON schemas.
This fork is published on maven central. See Installation section for instructions.
Generate JSON Schema from Scala classes!
- Generates JSON Schema from classes
- Annotate your classes to customize schema generation
- Supports common types
- Seq, Lists, Arrays, etc.
- java.util.Date and Joda DateTime
- String, Boolean, Int, Long, Double
- Caching of generated schema
- Play Framework JSON types
Add this line to your
libraryDependencies += "com.sauldhernandez" %% "autoschema" % "1.0.4"
With a type parameter
case class MyType(myValue: Int) AutoSchema.createSchema[MyType]
With a reflection type
AutoSchema has a few annotations that you can use to customize generated schema
Lets you manually define comments for case clases and fields which are translated in a description field of the commented element in the JSON schema.
@Description("This is my class") case class MyClass(@Term.Description("This is my field") myField: String)
Lets you manually set the type and format values of the schema to be generated for a specific type or value
On a Type
@FormatAs("string", "date") case class MyDateType
On a Value
case class MyType(@Term.FormatAs("string", "date") date: String)
Lets you use the schema of some type as the schema for another type or value
On a Type
@ExposeAs[Int] case class MyIntLikeType
On a Value
case class MyType(@Term.ExposeAs[Id] id: MyTypeId)
Lets you hide a value in generated schema
case class MyType(@Term.Hide mySecretField: Int)
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