OptimizelyJSON

Since statically typed languages lack native support for JSON, the Swift SDK uses the OptimizelyJSON object to retrieve JSON in a flexible way.

Version

SDK v3.4.0 and higher

Methods

You can access JSON representations with the following methods:

Method

Parameters

Description

toString

none

Returns a string representation of the JSON object

toMap

none

Returns a map representation of the JSON object: [String: Any]

getValue

String jsonPath

Returns a specified schema object (T) with the key/value pair of the JSON key you pass to this method.

If JSON key is null or empty, it populates your schema object with all JSON key/value pairs.

You can retrieve information for a nested member of the JSON data structure by using flattened JSON dot notation.
For example, if you want to access the key nestedField2 in {field1: {nestedField2: "blah"}}, you can call getValue with the parameter "field1.nestedField2".

Object definition

The OptimizelyJSON object is defined as follows:

public class OptimizelyJSON: NSObject {
    public func toString() -> String?
  
    public func toMap() -> [String: Any]
  
    public func getValue<T: Decodable>(jsonPath: String? = nil) -> T?
  
    public func getValue<T>(jsonPath: String?) -> T?
}

Examples

You can easily use OptimizelyJSON object, for example to:

  • Get a JSON string by calling the toString method, or
  • Retrieve a specified schema from the OptimizelyJSON object by calling the getValue method.

The following example shows how to use an OptimizelyJSON object to populate a schema object you declare.

//declare a schema object into which you want to unmarshal OptimizelyJson content:
struct SSub: Decodable {
    var field: String = ""
}
        
struct SObj: Decodable {
    var field1: Int = 0
    var field2: Double = 0.0
    var field3: String = ""
    var field4: SSub = SSub()
}
        
//parse all json key/value pairs into your schema, sObj
let robj: SObj? = self.optimizelyJSON.getValue()
        
//or, parse the specified key/value pair with an integer value
let rint: Int? = self.optimizelyJSON.getValue(jsonPath: "field1")
        
//or, parse the specified key/value pair with a string value
let strValue: String? = self.optimizelyJSON.getValue(jsonPath: "field4.field")

Source

The language/platform source files containing the implementation for Swift is OptimizelyClient.swift.


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