[erlang-questions] Querying JSON, team chat

Seth Falcon <>
Sun Apr 7 07:09:25 CEST 2013


I like the simple interface in jsonq. If you end up needing to set or
delete values, or to validate the structure of incoming JSON based on a
"jterms" like spec, checkout ej (shameless plug) https://github.com/seth/ej

+ seth


On Wed, Mar 27, 2013 at 9:51 AM, Andrei Soroker <> wrote:

> Greetings!
>
> I've had to deal with a lot of JSON over the last year or so and I
> wholeheartedly recommend Jiffy [1] for encoding and decoding JSON. One
> problem I had was querying the decoded JSON (we call the resulting
> Erlang terms jterms). To address this, I wrote a very simple
> XPath-inspired query library [2]. Perhaps others would find it useful.
>
> In the spirit of attempting to embrace the subject of self-promotion
> in the Erlang community, I'd like to self-promote my new project -
> LeChat [3]. It's a team chat service that emphasizes history search,
> humane copy-pasting of code, and reasonable UI. The backend is handled
> by Cowboy and Postgres, the fronted is knockout.js, and the two are
> connected by websockets.
>
> We're charging $1/user/month after a 30 day trial, but it's free for
> use in schools (universities, etc).
>
> Andrei
>
> [1] https://github.com/davisp/jiffy
> [2] https://github.com/lechat-im/jsonq
> [3] http://lechat.im
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