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JSON Schema

JSON Schema is a vocabulary that allows you to annotate and validate JSON documents.

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JSON Schema is hosting the following events.

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The API specification conference of the year
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Three JSON Schema talks and an open discussion at API Specifications Conference 2021
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06:00 PM-08:00 PM UTC
Two JSON Schema talks at the ASC 2019 conference

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AsyncAPI Initiative

$9,500 USD since Oct 2019

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Stoplight

$3,800 USD since Oct 2019

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Apideck

$2,200 USD since Feb 2021

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Airbnb

$1,500 USD since Sep 2021

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Retool

$1,370 USD since Sep 2020

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JSON Schema Ads

$954.07 USD since Jul 2021

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JSONBuddy

$190 USD since Oct 2019

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Translucent ApS

$100 USD since Jul 2022

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NewGenApps

$20 USD since Aug 2021

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Salesforce

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Incognito

$420.57 USD since Sep 2020

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Clemens Uhlenhut

$100 USD since Oct 2019

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Luke Smith

$90 USD since Oct 2019

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Niklas Lochschmidt

$80 USD since Feb 2021

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Colin Jaccino

$80 USD since Aug 2021

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Sasa Brkic

$60 USD since Mar 2021

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g. nicholas d'andrea

$55 USD since Jul 2020

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Денис Житняков

$50 USD since Dec 2021

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Serkan Holat

$40 USD since Jul 2022

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Matt Welke

$22 USD since Apr 2022

JSON Schema is all of us

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Ben Hutton

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AsyncAPI Init...

sponsor

$9,500 USD

The AsyncAPI specification is based on JSON Sch...

Stoplight

sponsor

$3,800 USD

Apideck

sponsor

$2,200 USD

Airbnb

sponsor

$1,500 USD

Retool

backer

$1,370 USD

Incognito

$421 USD

JSONBuddy

backer

$190 USD

Clemens Uhlenhut

backer

$100 USD

Translucent ApS

backer

$100 USD

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$11,257.76 USD

Total raised

$19,341.63 USD

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$8,083.87 USD

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$7,853.88 USD

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News from JSON Schema

Updates on our activities and progress.

JSON Schema draft 2020-12 patch 1 RC-0

Feedback for RC-0 closes on 2022-05-14. Patch release? · "What the heck is a JSON Schema patch release?" I hear you say?Glad you asked. Let me explain. We've done a patch release once before, but you might not have noticed....
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Published on May 5, 2022 by Ben Hutton

JSON Schema joins the OpenJS Foundation and 2022 updates

Joining Postman to work full time on JSON Schema has been a great move for me personally, and I feel for the JSON Schema pro...
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Published on February 16, 2022 by Ben Hutton

Ben Hutton joins Postman

I'll break the exciting news right away: I'm joining Postman to work full time on JSON Schema! I'm pretty excited. This is huge not only for the future of JSON Schema but for me, personally, too. You might have some questions, in which case...
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Published on March 19, 2021 by Ben Hutton

About


JSON Schema is a vocabulary that allows you to annotate and validate JSON documents.

It's used by Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Mozilla, SAP, IBM, HM Government, NIH, and many others.

Used by webpack and eslint, with the main imeplementation weekly download of more than 20 million.

We're always looking for feedback on "draft 2019-09" from users and implementers, currently specifically on Vocabularies, a new concept in JSON Schema which allows for the formalised extension of JSON Schema.

More broadly, we're also looking to focus on educational resources, making sure they are consistent, up to date, and use developer friendly language, before we re-group to start work on the next draft.

JSON Schema is baked in to the worlds most popular editor, VS Code (according to the StackOverflow developer survey 2019).

JSON Schema is used as the means to specify payload data in the Open API Specification, which is the defacto API specification langauge today.

This project develops the JSON Schema specification, but does not develop any specific implementations.

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Ben Hutton

Admin
Leading is serving.