Actson 1.2.0 with RFC 7159 compliance

The new version of Actson 1.2.0 has just been released. Actson is a reactive JSON parser (sometimes referred to as non-blocking or asynchronous). It is event-based and can be used together with reactive libraries/tool-kits such as RxJava or Vert.x.

The update includes the following changes:

  • RFC 7159 compliance
    (tested with the JSONTestSuite)
  • Performance improvements
  • Minor bug fixes

Download the Actson binaries from or the source code from the GitHub repository. Actson is released under the MIT license.

More information

If you want to learn more about Actson have a look at its README file or at my earlier post.

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Posted by Michel Krämer
on 16 November 2016

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