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Provides Dart Build System builders for handling JSON.

The builders generate code when they find members annotated with classes defined in package:json_annotation.

  • To generate to/from JSON code for a class, annotate it with JsonSerializable. You can provide arguments to JsonSerializable to configure the generated code. You can also customize individual fields by annotating them with JsonKey and providing custom arguments.

  • To generate a Dart field with the contents of a file containting JSON, use the JsonLiteral annotation.

To configure your project for the latest released version of, json_serializable see the example.

Example

Given a library example.dart with an Person class annotated with @JsonSerializable():

import 'package:json_annotation/json_annotation.dart';

part 'example.g.dart';

@JsonSerializable(nullable: false)
class Person {
  final String firstName;
  final String lastName;
  final DateTime dateOfBirth;
  Person({this.firstName, this.lastName, this.dateOfBirth});
  factory Person.fromJson(Map<String, dynamic> json) => _$PersonFromJson(json);
  Map<String, dynamic> toJson() => _$PersonToJson(this);
}

Building creates the corresponding part example.g.dart:

part of 'example.dart';

Person _$PersonFromJson(Map<String, dynamic> json) {
  return Person(
      firstName: json['firstName'] as String,
      lastName: json['lastName'] as String,
      dateOfBirth: DateTime.parse(json['dateOfBirth'] as String));
}

Map<String, dynamic> _$PersonToJson(Person instance) => <String, dynamic>{
      'firstName': instance.firstName,
      'lastName': instance.lastName,
      'dateOfBirth': instance.dateOfBirth.toIso8601String()
    };

Build configuration

Besides setting arguments on the associated annotation classes, you can also configure code generation by setting values in build.yaml.

targets:
  $default:
    builders:
      json_serializable:
        options:
          # Options configure how source code is generated for every
          # `@JsonSerializable`-annotated class in the package.
          #
          # The default value for each is listed.
          #
          # For usage information, reference the corresponding field in
          # `JsonSerializableGenerator`.
          any_map: false
          checked: false
          create_factory: true
          create_to_json: true
          disallow_unrecognized_keys: false
          explicit_to_json: false
          field_rename: none
          generate_to_json_function: true
          include_if_null: true
          nullable: true
          use_wrappers: false

Libraries

json_serializable
json_serializable.builder
Configuration for using package:build-compatible build systems. [...]
type_helper