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5.2 5.6 github-webhooks VS github-restA flexible Haskell API for querying the GitHub REST API
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[github-webhooks Mascot](./doc/github-webhooks-mascot-248.svg) \
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Complete Haskell types and instances for decoding GitHub API Webhook payloads.
- Best-in-class JSON decoding via aeson.
- Unicode string support via text.
- Suitable for large data payloads using vector.
- Type-safe encoding of optional data.
- Type-safe event action encodings with support for future API changes.
- Instances for Typeable, Data, Generic and NFData.
- Strongly typed utility classes EventHasSender, EventHasRepo et al.
- Strict data types suitable for high performance streaming operations.
- Full support for these event types.
Minimal working example:
$ stack ghci bytestring aeson github-webhooks import qualified Data.ByteString.Lazy as BSL import Data.Aeson ( eitherDecode' ) json <- BSL.readFile "fixtures/watch-event.json" eitherDecode' json :: Either String WatchEvent
Some practical integration examples are also provided:
- [Servant Integration (Simple)](./examples/servant-simple#readme)
Minimal working example of integrating this package with servant and servant-github-webhook.
- [Servant Integration (Typical)](./examples/servant-adv#readme)
This example demonstrates more advanced use-cases with servant by decoding multiple different types of payloads on the same endpoint.
- [Scotty Integration](./examples/scotty#readme)
Minimal working example of integrating this package with scotty.
See [CHANGELOG.md](./CHANGELOG.md) for a summary of changes in each release.
See [ROADMAP.md](./ROADMAP.md) for the project timeline and feature estimation of future releases.
See [AUTHORS](./AUTHORS) for a list of significant authors.
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