case class that can be used as a wrapper around other data. With dyn,
you can access an objects properties without the need of an explicit class
Add the following line to your
libraryDependencies += "de.vorb" % "dyn" % "0.0.+"
Here is an example.
import de.vorb.data.immutable.Dyn val document = Map( "title" -> "Document title", "tags" -> List("dev", "scala") ) val dynDoc = Dyn(document) println(dyn.title[String]) // will print "Document title" println(dyn("tags")(0)) // will print "dev" println(dyn("tags")(0)) // will print "scala"
This is particularly helpful when you are dealing with the output of Scala's built-in JSON parser.
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