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Description

A blazing-fast JSON Schema validator implementation. It compiles schema into a validation tree to have validation as fast as possible. Written in Rust

Programming language: Rust
License: MIT License
Tags: Serialization     Web     Schema     Validation     JSON-SCHEMA     Jsonschema    
Latest version: v0.12.1

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jsonschema

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A JSON Schema validator implementation. It compiles schema into a validation tree to have validation as fast as possible.

Supported drafts:

  • Draft 7 (except optional idn-hostname.json test case)
  • Draft 6
  • Draft 4 (except optional bignum.json test case)
# Cargo.toml
jsonschema = "0.12"

To validate documents against some schema and get validation errors (if any):

use jsonschema::{Draft, JSONSchema};
use serde_json::json;

fn main() {
    let schema = json!({"maxLength": 5});
    let instance = json!("foo");
    let compiled = JSONSchema::compile(&schema)
        .expect("A valid schema");
    let result = compiled.validate(&instance);
    if let Err(errors) = result {
        for error in errors {
            println!("Validation error: {}", error);
            println!(
                "Instance path: {}", error.instance_path
            );
        }
    }
}

Each error has an instance_path attribute that indicates the path to the erroneous part within the validated instance. It could be transformed to JSON Pointer via .to_string() or to Vec<String> via .into_vec().

If you only need to know whether document is valid or not (which is faster):

use jsonschema::is_valid;
use serde_json::json;

fn main() {
    let schema = json!({"maxLength": 5});
    let instance = json!("foo");
    assert!(is_valid(&schema, &instance));
}

Or use a compiled schema (preferred):

use jsonschema::{Draft, JSONSchema};
use serde_json::json;

fn main() {
    let schema = json!({"maxLength": 5});
    let instance = json!("foo");
    // Draft is detected automatically
    // with fallback to Draft7
    let compiled = JSONSchema::compile(&schema)
        .expect("A valid schema");
    assert!(compiled.is_valid(&instance));
}

Status

This library is functional and ready for use, but its API is still evolving to the 1.0 API.

Bindings

  • Python - See the ./bindings/python directory
  • Ruby - a crate by @driv3r

Performance

There is a comparison with other JSON Schema validators written in Rust - jsonschema_valid==0.4.0 and valico==3.6.0.

Test machine i8700K (12 cores), 32GB RAM.

Input values and schemas:

Case Schema size Instance size
OpenAPI 18 KB 4.5 MB
Swagger 25 KB 3.0 MB
Canada 4.8 KB 2.1 MB
CITM catalog 2.3 KB 501 KB
Fast (valid) 595 B 55 B
Fast (invalid) 595 B 60 B

Here is the average time for each contender to validate Ratios are given against compiled JSONSchema using its validate method. The is_valid method is faster, but gives only a boolean return value:

Case jsonschema_valid valico jsonschema (validate) jsonschema (is_valid)
OpenAPI - (1) - (1) 1.704 ms 1.651 ms (x0.96)
Swagger - (2) 97.401 ms (x18.37) 5.234 ms 3.507 ms (x0.66)
Canada 45.555 ms (x39.20) 164.12 ms (x141.23) 1.162 ms 1.165 ms (x1.00)
CITM catalog 6.107 ms (x2.28) 15.233 ms (x5.69) 2.677 ms 755.58 us (x0.28)
Fast (valid) 2.04 us (x5.67) 3.70 us (x10.28) 359.59 ns 93.40 ns (x0.25)
Fast (invalid) 397.52 ns (x0.81) 3.78 us (x7.75) 487.25 ns 5.15 ns (x0.01)

Notes:

  1. jsonschema_valid and valico do not handle valid path instances matching the ^\\/ regex.

  2. jsonschema_valid fails to resolve local references (e.g. #/definitions/definitions).

You can find benchmark code in benches/jsonschema.rs, Rust version is 1.51.

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