SBJson's number one feature is chunk-based operation. Feed the parser one or more chunks of UTF8-encoded data and it will call a block you provide with each root-level document or array. Or, optionally, for each top-level entry in each root-level array. See more in the Version 4 API docs.
- Configurable recursion limit. For safety SBJson defaults to a max nesting level of 32 for all input. This can be configured if necessary.
- The writer can optionally sort dictionary keys so output is consistent across writes.
- The writer can optionally create human-readable (indented) output.
Please see the API Documentation for more details.
The preferred way to use SBJson is by using CocoaPods. In your Podfile use:
pod 'SBJson', '~> 4.0.1'
If you depend on a third-party library that requires an earlier version of SBJson---or want to install both version 3 and 4 in the same app to do a gradual transition---you can instead use:
pod 'SBJson4', '~> 4.0.1'
An alternative that I no longer recommend is to copy all the source files (the
contents of the
src/main/objc folder) into your own Xcode project.
https://github.com/stig/ChunkedDelivery - a toy example showing how one can use
NSURLSessionDataDelegateto do chunked delivery.
- https://github.com/stig/DisplayPretty - a very brief example using SBJson 4 to reflow JSON on OS X.
- Check StackOverflow questions tagged with SBJson if you have questions about how to use the library. I eventually read all questions with this tag.
- Use the issue tracker if you have found a bug.
BSD. See LICENSE for details.