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

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JSON Schema at ASC 2019

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News from JSON Schema

Updates on our activities and progress.

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

JSON Schema 2020-12 released 🎉

If OpenAPI developments are something you're interested in, you'll probably have noticed by now that OpenAPI 3.1.0 has been released. It uses JSON Schema draft 2020-12, but the keen-eyed among you will have noticed that the website hadn't b...
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Published on February 23, 2021 by Ben Hutton

JSON Schema draft 2020-11-rc-0

I don't need to remind anyone that the last six months or so have been difficult for many, yet the team working on the JSON Schema specification has continued to push towards delivering draft 2020-NN. A lot changed after the last post back...
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Published on November 12, 2020 by Ben Hutton

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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.