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ChunkedJsonEntities

trait ChunkedJsonEntities extends algebra.ChunkedJsonEntities with ChunkedEntities with JsonEntitiesFromSchemas

Interpreter for the algebra.ChunkedJsonEntities algebra in the endpoints4s.openapi family.

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ChunkedEntities.scala
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  1. ChunkedJsonEntities
  2. JsonEntitiesFromSchemas
  3. JsonSchemas
  4. TuplesSchemas
  5. JsonEntitiesFromSchemas
  6. JsonSchemas
  7. TuplesSchemas
  8. ChunkedEntities
  9. EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  10. Responses
  11. StatusCodes
  12. Requests
  13. Headers
  14. Methods
  15. Urls
  16. ChunkedJsonEntities
  17. JsonCodecs
  18. JsonEntities
  19. ChunkedEntities
  20. EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  21. Errors
  22. Responses
  23. StatusCodes
  24. Requests
  25. SemigroupalSyntax
  26. Methods
  27. Urls
  28. PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax
  29. InvariantFunctorSyntax
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  1. implicit class InvariantFunctorSyntax[A, F[_]] extends AnyRef

    Extension methods for values of type F[A] for which there is an implicit InvariantFunctor[F] instance.

    Extension methods for values of type F[A] for which there is an implicit InvariantFunctor[F] instance.

    Definition Classes
    InvariantFunctorSyntax
  2. implicit class PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax[A, F[_]] extends AnyRef
  3. implicit class SemigroupalSyntax[A, F[_]] extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    SemigroupalSyntax
  4. final class CallbackDocs extends Serializable

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  5. final class EndpointDocs extends Serializable

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  6. implicit final class EnumOps[A] extends JsonSchemaDocumentationOps[A]

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  7. sealed trait JsonSchemaDocumentationOps[A] extends AnyRef

    Documentation related methods for annotating schemas.

    Documentation related methods for annotating schemas. Encoder and decoder interpreters ignore this information.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  8. implicit final class JsonSchemaOps[A] extends JsonSchemaDocumentationOps[A]

    Implicit methods for values of type JsonSchema

    Implicit methods for values of type JsonSchema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  9. implicit final class RecordOps[A] extends JsonSchemaDocumentationOps[A]

    Implicit methods for values of type Record

    Implicit methods for values of type Record

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  10. implicit final class TaggedOps[A] extends JsonSchemaDocumentationOps[A]

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  11. implicit class RequestEntitySyntax[A] extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    Requests
  12. implicit class ResponseSyntax[A] extends AnyRef

    Extension methods for Response.

    Extension methods for Response.

    Definition Classes
    Responses
  13. implicit class PathOps[A] extends AnyRef

    Convenient methods for Paths.

    Convenient methods for Paths.

    Definition Classes
    Urls
  14. implicit class QueryStringSyntax[A] extends AnyRef

    Extension methods on QueryString.

    Extension methods on QueryString.

    Definition Classes
    Urls
  15. type CallbacksDocs = Map[String, CallbackDocs]

    Callbacks indexed by URL pattern

    Callbacks indexed by URL pattern

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
    See also

    Swagger Documentation at https://swagger.io/docs/specification/callbacks/

  16. type Chunks[A] = Unit

    A stream of chunks of type A.

    A stream of chunks of type A.

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedEntitiesChunkedEntities
  17. abstract type ClientErrors

    Errors in a request built by a client

    Errors in a request built by a client

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  18. type Endpoint[A, B] = DocumentedEndpoint

    Information carried by an HTTP endpoint

    Information carried by an HTTP endpoint

    Values of type Endpoint can be constructed by using the operation endpoint.

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrorsEndpointsWithCustomErrors
  19. type JsonCodec[A] = JsonSchema[A]

    A JSON codec type class

    A JSON codec type class

    Definition Classes
    JsonEntitiesFromSchemasJsonCodecs
  20. type JsonRequest[A] = JsonCodec[A]

    Type class defining how to represent the A information as a JSON request entity

    Type class defining how to represent the A information as a JSON request entity

    Definition Classes
    JsonCodecsJsonEntities
  21. type JsonResponse[A] = JsonCodec[A]

    Type class defining how to represent the A information as a JSON response entity

    Type class defining how to represent the A information as a JSON response entity

    Definition Classes
    JsonCodecsJsonEntities
  22. type Path[A] = DocumentedUrl

    An URL path carrying an A information

    An URL path carrying an A information

    Values of type Path[A] can be constructed by the operations path, segment, and remainingSegments.

    path / "user" / segment[UUID]("id")
    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request path as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PathOps, InvariantFunctorSyntax, and the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  23. type QueryString[A] = DocumentedQueryString

    A query string carrying an A information

    A query string carrying an A information

    QueryString values can be created with the qs operation, and can be combined with the & operation:

    val queryPageAndLang: QueryString[(Int, Option[String])] =
      qs[Int]("page") & qs[Option[String]]("lang")
    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request query string parameters as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the QueryStringSyntax, InvariantFunctorSyntax, and the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  24. type QueryStringParam[A] = DocumentedQueryStringParam

    A query string parameter codec for type A.

    A query string parameter codec for type A.

    The trait Urls provides implicit instances of type QueryStringParam[A] for basic types (e.g., Int, String, etc.). You can create additional instances by transforming or refining the existing instances with xmap and xmapPartial.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and the InvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  25. type Request[A] = DocumentedRequest

    Information carried by a whole request (headers and entity)

    Information carried by a whole request (headers and entity)

    Values of type Request[A] can be constructed by using the operations request, get, post, put, or delete.

    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax class.

  26. type RequestEntity[A] = Map[String, MediaType]

    Information carried by request entity

    Information carried by request entity

    Values of type RequestEntity[A] can be constructed by using the operations emptyRequest or textRequest. Additional types of request entities are provided by other algebra modules, such as JsonEntities or ChunkedEntities.

    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request entity as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and RequestEntitySyntax classes.

  27. type RequestHeaders[A] = DocumentedHeaders

    Information carried by requests’ headers.

    Information carried by requests’ headers.

    You can construct values of type RequestHeaders by using the operations requestHeader, optRequestHeader, or emptyRequestHeaders.

    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request headers as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the SemigroupalSyntax and PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  28. type Response[A] = List[DocumentedResponse]

    An HTTP response (status, headers, and entity) carrying an information of type A

    An HTTP response (status, headers, and entity) carrying an information of type A

    Values of type Response[A] can be constructed by using the operations ok, badRequest, internalServerError, or the more general operation response.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the InvariantFunctorSyntax and ResponseSyntax classes

  29. type ResponseEntity[A] = Map[String, MediaType]

    An HTTP response entity carrying an information of type A

    An HTTP response entity carrying an information of type A

    Values of type ResponseEntity can be constructed by using the operations emptyResponse or textResponse. Additional types of response entities are provided by other algebra modules, such as JsonEntities or ChunkedEntities.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the InvariantFunctorSyntax class

  30. type ResponseHeaders[A] = DocumentedHeaders

    Information carried by responses’ headers.

    Information carried by responses’ headers.

    You can construct values of type ResponseHeaders by using the operations responseHeader, optResponseHeader, or emptyResponseHeaders.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the SemigroupalSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  31. type Segment[A] = Schema

    An URL path segment codec for type A.

    An URL path segment codec for type A.

    The trait Urls provides implicit instances of Segment[A] for basic types (e.g., Int, String, etc.). You can create additional instances by transforming or refining the existing instances with xmap and xmapPartial.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and the InvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  32. abstract type ServerError

    Error raised by the business logic of a server

    Error raised by the business logic of a server

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  33. type StatusCode = Int

    HTTP Status Code

    HTTP Status Code

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  34. type Url[A] = DocumentedUrl

    An URL carrying an A information

    An URL carrying an A information

    Values of type URL[A] are typically constructed by first using the path constructor and then chaining it with segments and query parameters.

    path / "users" / segment[UUID]("id") /? qs[String]("apiKey")
    • Server interpreters raise an error if they can’t parse the incoming request URL as a value of type A. By default, they produce a Bad Request (400) response with a list of error messages in a JSON array. Refer to the documentation of your server interpreter to customize this behavior.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    Note

    This type has implicit methods provided by the PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax classes.

  35. case class DocumentedEndpoint(path: String, item: PathItem) extends Product with Serializable

    path

    Path template (e.g. “/user/{id}”)

    item

    Item documentation

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  36. case class DocumentedHeader(name: String, description: Option[String], required: Boolean, schema: Schema) extends Product with Serializable
    Definition Classes
    Headers
  37. case class DocumentedHeaders(value: List[DocumentedHeader]) extends Product with Serializable

    value

    List of request header names (e.g. “Authorization”)

    Definition Classes
    Headers
  38. sealed trait CoproductEncoding extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  39. sealed trait DocumentedJsonSchema extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  40. class Enum[A] extends JsonSchema[A]
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  41. class JsonSchema[A] extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  42. class Record[A] extends JsonSchema[A]
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  43. class Tagged[A] extends JsonSchema[A]
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  44. sealed trait Method extends AnyRef
    Definition Classes
    Methods
  45. case class DocumentedRequest(method: Requests.Method, url: Requests.DocumentedUrl, headers: Requests.DocumentedHeaders, documentation: Documentation, entity: Map[String, MediaType]) extends Product with Serializable
    Definition Classes
    Requests
  46. case class DocumentedResponse(status: (Responses.this)#StatusCode, documentation: String, headers: (Responses.this)#DocumentedHeaders, content: Map[String, MediaType]) extends Product with Serializable

    status

    Response status code (e.g. OK or NotFound)

    documentation

    Human readable documentation. Not optional because its required by openapi

    headers

    Response headers documentation

    content

    Map that associates each possible content-type (e.g. “text/html”) with a MediaType description

    Definition Classes
    Responses
  47. case class DocumentedParameter(name: String, required: Boolean, description: Option[String], schema: Schema) extends Product with Serializable

    name

    Name of the parameter

    required

    Whether this parameter is required or not (MUST be true for path parameters)

    Definition Classes
    Urls
  48. case class DocumentedQueryString(parameters: List[DocumentedParameter]) extends Product with Serializable

    parameters

    List of query string parameters

    Definition Classes
    Urls
  49. case class DocumentedQueryStringParam(schema: Schema, isRequired: Boolean) extends Product with Serializable
    Definition Classes
    Urls
  50. case class DocumentedUrl(path: List[Either[String, DocumentedParameter]], queryParameters: List[DocumentedParameter]) extends Product with Serializable

    path

    List of path segments. Left is a static segment, right is a path parameter

    queryParameters

    Query string parameters

    Definition Classes
    Urls

Abstract Value Members

  1. abstract def clientErrorsResponseEntity: ResponseEntity[ClientErrors]

    Format of the response entity carrying the client errors.

    Format of the response entity carrying the client errors.

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  2. abstract def clientErrorsToInvalid(clientErrors: ClientErrors): Invalid

    Convert the ClientErrors type into the endpoints4s internal client error type

    Convert the ClientErrors type into the endpoints4s internal client error type

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  3. abstract def invalidToClientErrors(invalid: Invalid): ClientErrors

    Convert the endpoints4s internal client error type into the ClientErrors type

    Convert the endpoints4s internal client error type into the ClientErrors type

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  4. abstract def serverErrorResponseEntity: ResponseEntity[ServerError]

    Format of the response entity carrying the server error.

    Format of the response entity carrying the server error.

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  5. abstract def serverErrorToThrowable(serverError: ServerError): Throwable

    Convert the ServerError type into the endpoints4s internal server error type

    Convert the ServerError type into the endpoints4s internal server error type

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  6. abstract def throwableToServerError(throwable: Throwable): ServerError

    Convert the endpoints4s internal server error type into the ServerError type

    Convert the endpoints4s internal server error type into the ServerError type

    Definition Classes
    Errors

Concrete Value Members

  1. object CallbackDocs extends Serializable
    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  2. object EndpointDocs extends Serializable
    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  3. final def !=(arg0: Any): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  4. final def ##: Int
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  5. def +(other: String): String
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toany2stringadd[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method any2stringadd in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    any2stringadd
  6. def ->[B](y: B): (ChunkedJsonEntities, B)
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toArrowAssoc[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method ArrowAssoc in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    ArrowAssoc
    Annotations
    @inline()
  7. final def ==(arg0: Any): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  8. def Accepted: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  9. def AlreadyReported: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  10. def BadRequest: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
    Note

    You should use the badRequest constructor provided by the endpoints4s.algebra.Responses trait to ensure that errors produced by endpoints4s are consistently handled by interpreters.

  11. def Conflict: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  12. def Created: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  13. def ExpectationFailed: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  14. def FailedDependency: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  15. def Forbidden: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  16. def Gone: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  17. def IMUsed: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  18. def InternalServerError: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
    Note

    You should use the internalServerError constructor provided by the endpoints4s.algebra.Responses trait to ensure that errors produced by endpoints4s are consistently handled by interpreters.

  19. def LengthRequired: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  20. def Locked: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  21. def MethodNotAllowed: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  22. def MisdirectedRequest: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  23. def MultiStatus: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  24. def NoContent: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  25. def NonAuthoritativeInformation: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  26. def NotAcceptable: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  27. def NotFound: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  28. def NotImplemented: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  29. def NotModified: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  30. def OK: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  31. def PartialContent: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  32. def PayloadTooLarge: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  33. def PaymentRequired: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  34. def PreconditionFailed: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  35. def PreconditionRequired: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  36. def ProxyAuthenticationRequired: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  37. def RangeNotSatisfiable: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  38. def RequestHeaderFieldsTooLarge: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  39. def RequestTimeout: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  40. def ResetContent: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  41. def TooEarly: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  42. def TooManyRequests: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  43. def Unauthorized: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  44. def UnavailableForLegalReasons: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  45. def UnprocessableEntity: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  46. def UnsupportedMediaType: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  47. def UpgradeRequired: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  48. def UriTooLong: Int

    Definition Classes
    StatusCodesStatusCodes
  49. def arrayJsonSchema[C[X] <: Seq[X], A](implicit jsonSchema: JsonSchema[A], factory: Factory[A, C[A]]): JsonSchema[C[A]]

    A JSON schema for sequences

    A JSON schema for sequences

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  50. final def asInstanceOf[T0]: T0
    Definition Classes
    Any
  51. final def badRequest[A, R](docs: Documentation = None, headers: ResponseHeaders[A] = emptyResponseHeaders)(implicit tupler: Tupler.Aux[ClientErrors, A, R]): Response[R]

    Bad Request (400) response, with an entity of type ClientErrors.

    Bad Request (400) response, with an entity of type ClientErrors.

    Definition Classes
    Responses
    See also

    endpoints4s.algebra.Errors and endpoints4s.algebra.BuiltInErrors

  52. lazy val bigdecimalJsonSchema: JsonSchema[BigDecimal]

    A JSON schema for type BigDecimal

    A JSON schema for type BigDecimal

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  53. lazy val booleanJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Boolean]

    A JSON schema for type Boolean

    A JSON schema for type Boolean

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  54. def booleanQueryString: QueryStringParam[Boolean]

    Query string parameter containing a Boolean value

    Query string parameter containing a Boolean value

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  55. lazy val byteJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Byte]

    A JSON schema for type Byte

    A JSON schema for type Byte

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  56. def bytesChunksRequest: RequestEntity[Chunks[Array[Byte]]]

    A request entity carrying chunks of Array[Byte] values

    A request entity carrying chunks of Array[Byte] values

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedEntitiesChunkedEntities
  57. def bytesChunksResponse: ResponseEntity[Chunks[Array[Byte]]]

    A response entity carrying chunks of Array[Byte] values

    A response entity carrying chunks of Array[Byte] values

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedEntitiesChunkedEntities
  58. def chainPaths[A, B](first: Path[A], second: Path[B])(implicit tupler: Tupler[A, B]): Path[Out]

    Chains the two paths

    Chains the two paths

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  59. def choiceRequestEntity[A, B](requestEntityA: Map[String, MediaType], requestEntityB: Map[String, MediaType]): Map[String, MediaType]

    Alternative between two possible request entities, differentiated by the Content-Type header

    Alternative between two possible request entities, differentiated by the Content-Type header

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    Note

    If A and B are both JSON-encoded and use disjoint schemas, use endpoints4s.algebra.JsonSchemas.TaggedOps#orElse at the schema level instead

    • Server interpreters accept either of the request entities
    • Client interpreters provide one of the two request entities
    • Documentation interpreters list all possible content types and their entities
  60. def choiceResponse[A, B](responseA: Response[A], responseB: Response[B]): Response[Either[A, B]]

    Alternative between two possible choices of responses.

    Alternative between two possible choices of responses.

    Server interpreters construct either one or the other response. Client interpreters accept either one or the other response. Documentation interpreters list all the possible responses.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  61. def choiceTagged[A, B](taggedA: Tagged[A], taggedB: Tagged[B]): Tagged[Either[A, B]]

    The JSON schema of a coproduct made of the given alternative tagged records

    The JSON schema of a coproduct made of the given alternative tagged records

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  62. lazy val clientErrorsResponse: Response[ClientErrors]

    Response used by endpoints4s when decoding a request fails.

    Response used by endpoints4s when decoding a request fails.

    The provided implementation forwards to badRequest.

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  63. def clone(): AnyRef
    Attributes
    protected[lang]
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @throws(classOf[java.lang.CloneNotSupportedException]) @native() @HotSpotIntrinsicCandidate()
  64. def combineQueryStrings[A, B](first: QueryString[A], second: QueryString[B])(implicit tupler: Tupler[A, B]): QueryString[Out]

    Concatenates two QueryStrings

    Concatenates two QueryStrings

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  65. def coproductEncoding: CoproductEncoding

    Override this method to customize the strategy used to encode the JSON schema of coproducts.

    Override this method to customize the strategy used to encode the JSON schema of coproducts. By default, it uses CoproductEncoding.OneOf.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
    See also

    JsonSchemas.CoproductEncoding$

  66. def defaultDiscriminatorName: String

    Default discriminator field name for sum types.

    Default discriminator field name for sum types.

    It defaults to "type", but you can override it twofold: - by overriding this field you can change default discriminator name algebra-wide - by using withDiscriminator you can specify discriminator field name for specific sum type

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  67. implicit final def defaultStringJsonSchema: JsonSchema[String]

    A JSON schema for type String

    A JSON schema for type String

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  68. final def delete[UrlP, HeadersP, Out](url: Url[UrlP], docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[HeadersP] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerUH: Tupler.Aux[UrlP, HeadersP, Out]): Request[Out]

    Helper method to perform DELETE request

    Helper method to perform DELETE request

    UrlP

    Payload carried by url

    HeadersP

    Payload carried by headers

    Definition Classes
    Requests
  69. lazy val doubleJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Double]

    A JSON schema for type Double

    A JSON schema for type Double

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  70. def doubleQueryString: QueryStringParam[Double]

    Codec for query string parameters of type Double

    Codec for query string parameters of type Double

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  71. def doubleSegment: Segment[Double]

    Path segment codec for type Double

    Path segment codec for type Double

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  72. implicit lazy val durationSchema: JsonSchema[Duration]

    An ISO 8601 duration

    An ISO 8601 duration

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
    See also

    http://json-schema.org/draft/2019-09/json-schema-validation.html#rfc.section.7.3.1

  73. def emptyRecord: Record[Unit]

    The JSON schema of a record with no fields

    The JSON schema of a record with no fields

    • Encoder interpreters produce an empty JSON object,
    • Decoder interpreters fail if the JSON value is not a JSON object,
    • Documentation interpreters produce the JSON schema of a JSON object schema with no properties.
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  74. lazy val emptyRequest: Map[String, MediaType]

    Empty request -- request without a body.

    Empty request -- request without a body. Use description of endpoints4s.algebra.Endpoints#endpoint to document an empty body.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  75. def emptyRequestHeaders: DocumentedHeaders

    Ignore headers

    Ignore headers

    • Server interpreters don’t try to parse any information from the request headers,
    • Client interpreters supply no specific headers

    Use description of endpoints4s.algebra.Endpoints#endpoint to document empty headers.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  76. def emptyResponse: ResponseEntity[Unit]

    Empty response entity

    Empty response entity

    • Server interpreters produce no response entity,
    • Client interpreters ignore the response entity.
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  77. def emptyResponseHeaders: ResponseHeaders[Unit]

    No particular response header.

    No particular response header.

    • Client interpreters should ignore information carried by response headers.
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  78. def endpoint[A, B](request: Request[A], response: Response[B], docs: EndpointDocs = EndpointDocs()): Endpoint[A, B]

    Define an HTTP endpoint

    Define an HTTP endpoint

    request

    Request

    response

    Response

    docs

    Documentation (used by documentation interpreters)

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrorsEndpointsWithCustomErrors
  79. def ensuring(cond: (ChunkedJsonEntities) => Boolean, msg: => Any): ChunkedJsonEntities
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toEnsuring[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method Ensuring in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    Ensuring
  80. def ensuring(cond: (ChunkedJsonEntities) => Boolean): ChunkedJsonEntities
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toEnsuring[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method Ensuring in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    Ensuring
  81. def ensuring(cond: Boolean, msg: => Any): ChunkedJsonEntities
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toEnsuring[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method Ensuring in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    Ensuring
  82. def ensuring(cond: Boolean): ChunkedJsonEntities
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toEnsuring[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method Ensuring in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    Ensuring
  83. def enumeration[A](values: Seq[A])(tpe: JsonSchema[A]): Enum[A]

    Promotes a schema to an enumeration.

    Promotes a schema to an enumeration.

    • Decoder interpreters fail if the input value does not match the encoded values of any of the possible values,
    • Encoder interpreters never fail, even if the value is not contained in the set of possible values,
    • Documentation interpreters enrich the JSON schema with an enum property listing the possible values.
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  84. final def eq(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  85. def equals(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  86. def field[A](name: String, docs: Documentation)(implicit tpe: JsonSchema[A]): Record[A]

    The JSON schema of a record with a single field name of type A

    The JSON schema of a record with a single field name of type A

    • Encoder interpreters produce a JSON object with one property of the given name,
    • Decoder interpreters fail if the JSON value is not a JSON object, or if it doesn’t contain the name property, or if the property has an invalid value (according to its tpe),
    • Documentation interpreters produce the JSON schema of a JSON object schema with one required property of the given name.
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  87. lazy val floatJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Float]

    A JSON schema for type Float

    A JSON schema for type Float

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  88. def formatted(fmtstr: String): String
    Implicit
    This member is added by an implicit conversion from ChunkedJsonEntities toStringFormat[ChunkedJsonEntities] performed by method StringFormat in scala.Predef.
    Definition Classes
    StringFormat
    Annotations
    @inline()
  89. final def get[UrlP, HeadersP, Out](url: Url[UrlP], docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[HeadersP] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerUH: Tupler.Aux[UrlP, HeadersP, Out]): Request[Out]

    Helper method to perform GET request

    Helper method to perform GET request

    UrlP

    Payload carried by url

    HeadersP

    Payload carried by headers

    Definition Classes
    Requests
  90. final def getClass(): Class[_ <: AnyRef]
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
    Annotations
    @native() @HotSpotIntrinsicCandidate()
  91. def hashCode(): Int
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
    Annotations
    @native() @HotSpotIntrinsicCandidate()
  92. implicit lazy val instantJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Instant]

    An ISO 8601 date-time in UTC

    An ISO 8601 date-time in UTC

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
    See also

    http://json-schema.org/draft/2019-09/json-schema-validation.html#rfc.section.7.3.1

  93. lazy val intJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Int]

    A JSON schema for type Int

    A JSON schema for type Int

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  94. def intQueryString: QueryStringParam[Int]

    Ability to define Int query string parameters

    Ability to define Int query string parameters

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  95. def intSegment: Segment[Int]

    Path segment codec for type Int

    Path segment codec for type Int

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  96. final def internalServerError[A, R](docs: Documentation = None, headers: ResponseHeaders[A] = emptyResponseHeaders)(implicit tupler: Tupler.Aux[ServerError, A, R]): Response[R]

    Internal Server Error (500) response, with an entity of type ServerError.

    Internal Server Error (500) response, with an entity of type ServerError.

    Definition Classes
    Responses
    See also

    endpoints4s.algebra.Errors and endpoints4s.algebra.BuiltInErrors

  97. final def isInstanceOf[T0]: Boolean
    Definition Classes
    Any
  98. def jsonChunksRequest[A](implicit codec: JsonCodec[A]): RequestEntity[Chunks[A]]

    A request entity carrying chunks of JSON values

    A request entity carrying chunks of JSON values

    A

    Type of values serialized into JSON

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedJsonEntitiesChunkedJsonEntities
  99. def jsonChunksResponse[A](implicit codec: JsonCodec[A]): ResponseEntity[Chunks[A]]

    A response entity carrying chunks of JSON values

    A response entity carrying chunks of JSON values

    A

    Type of values serialized into JSON

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedJsonEntitiesChunkedJsonEntities
  100. def jsonRequest[A](implicit codec: JsonSchema[A]): Map[String, MediaType]

    Request with a JSON body, given an implicit JsonRequest[A]

    Request with a JSON body, given an implicit JsonRequest[A]

    • Server interpreters accept requests with content-type application/json and reject requests with an incorrect content-type.
    • Client interpreters supply content-type application/json
    Definition Classes
    JsonEntitiesFromSchemasJsonEntities
  101. def jsonResponse[A](implicit codec: JsonSchema[A]): Map[String, MediaType]

    Defines a Response[A] given an implicit JsonResponse[A]

    Defines a Response[A] given an implicit JsonResponse[A]

    Definition Classes
    JsonEntitiesFromSchemasJsonEntities
  102. implicit def jsonSchemaPartialInvFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[JsonSchema]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  103. def lazyRecord[A](schema: => Record[A], name: String): JsonSchema[A]

    Captures a lazy reference to a JSON schema currently being defined:

    Captures a lazy reference to a JSON schema currently being defined:

    case class Recursive(next: Option[Recursive])
    val recursiveSchema: Record[Recursive] = (
      optField("next")(lazyRecord(recursiveSchema, "Rec"))
    ).xmap(Recursive)(_.next)

    Interpreters should return a JsonSchema value that does not evaluate the given schema unless it is effectively used.

    schema

    The record JSON schema whose evaluation should be delayed

    name

    A unique name identifying the schema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  104. def lazyTagged[A](schema: => Tagged[A], name: String): JsonSchema[A]

    Captures a lazy reference to a JSON schema currently being defined.

    Captures a lazy reference to a JSON schema currently being defined.

    Interpreters should return a JsonSchema value that does not evaluate the given schema unless it is effectively used.

    schema

    The tagged JSON schema whose evaluation should be delayed

    name

    A unique name identifying the schema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  105. final def literal[A](value: A)(implicit tpe: JsonSchema[A]): JsonSchema[Unit]

    A schema for a statically known value.

    A schema for a statically known value.

    • Decoder interpreters first try to decode incoming values with the given tpe schema, and then check that it is equal to the given value,
    • Encoder interpreters always produce the given value, encoded according to tpe,
    • Documentation interpreters enrich the JSON schema with a const property documenting its only possible value (or an enum property with a single item).

    This is useful to model schemas of objects containing extra fields that are absent from their Scala representation. For example, here is a schema for a GeoJSON point:

    case class Point(lon: Double, lat: Double)
    val pointSchema = (
      field("type")(literal("Point")) zip
      field[(Double, Double)]("coordinates")
    ).xmap(Point.tupled)(p => (p.lon, p.lat))
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  106. lazy val longJsonSchema: JsonSchema[Long]

    A JSON schema for type Long

    A JSON schema for type Long

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  107. def longQueryString: QueryStringParam[Long]

    Query string parameter containing a Long value

    Query string parameter containing a Long value

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  108. def longSegment: Segment[Long]

    Path segment codec for type Long

    Path segment codec for type Long

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  109. def mapJsonSchema[A](implicit jsonSchema: JsonSchema[A]): JsonSchema[Map[String, A]]

    A JSON schema for maps with string keys

    A JSON schema for maps with string keys

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  110. def namedEnum[A](schema: Enum[A], name: String): Enum[A]

    Annotates the enumeration JSON schema with a name

    Annotates the enumeration JSON schema with a name

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  111. def namedRecord[A](schema: Record[A], name: String): Record[A]

    Annotates the record JSON schema with a name

    Annotates the record JSON schema with a name

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  112. def namedTagged[A](schema: Tagged[A], name: String): Tagged[A]

    Annotates the tagged JSON schema with a name

    Annotates the tagged JSON schema with a name

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  113. final def ne(arg0: AnyRef): Boolean
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  114. final def notify(): Unit
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @native() @HotSpotIntrinsicCandidate()
  115. final def notifyAll(): Unit
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
    Annotations
    @native() @HotSpotIntrinsicCandidate()
  116. implicit lazy val offsetDateTimeSchema: JsonSchema[OffsetDateTime]

    An ISO8601 date-time

    An ISO8601 date-time

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
    See also

    http://json-schema.org/draft/2019-09/json-schema-validation.html#rfc.section.7.3.1

  117. final def ok[A, B, R](entity: ResponseEntity[A], docs: Documentation = None, headers: ResponseHeaders[B] = emptyResponseHeaders)(implicit tupler: Tupler.Aux[A, B, R]): Response[R]

    OK (200) Response with the given entity

    OK (200) Response with the given entity

    Definition Classes
    Responses
  118. def openApi(info: Info)(endpoints: DocumentedEndpoint*): OpenApi

    info

    General information about the documentation to generate

    endpoints

    The endpoints to generate the documentation for

    returns

    An OpenApi instance for the given endpoint descriptions

    Definition Classes
    EndpointsWithCustomErrors
  119. def optField[A](name: String, docs: Documentation)(implicit tpe: JsonSchema[A]): Record[Option[A]]

    The JSON schema of a record with a single optional field name of type A

    The JSON schema of a record with a single optional field name of type A

    • Encoder interpreters can omit the field or emit a field with a null value,
    • Decoder interpreters successfully decode None if the field is absent or if it is present but has the value null. They fail if the field is present but contains an invalid value,
    • Documentation interpreters produce the JSON schema of a JSON object with an optional property of the given name.
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  120. final def optFieldWithDefault[A](name: String, defaultValue: A, docs: Option[String] = None)(implicit arg0: JsonSchema[A]): Record[A]

    The JSON schema of a record with a single optional field with the given name

    The JSON schema of a record with a single optional field with the given name

    • Decoders fallback to the defaultValue if the field is absent from the decoded JSON object. They fail if the field is present but has an invalid value,
    • Encoders always produce the field (even when it has the defaultValue),
    • Documentation interpreters produce the JSON schema of a JSON object with an optional property of the given name.
    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  121. def optRequestHeader(name: String, docs: Documentation): RequestHeaders[Option[String]]

    An optional request header

    An optional request header

    name

    Header name (e.g., “Authorization”)

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  122. def optResponseHeader(name: String, docs: Documentation = None): ResponseHeaders[Option[String]]

    Response headers optionally containing a header with the given name.

    Response headers optionally containing a header with the given name.

    • Client interpreters should model the header value as Some[String], or None if the response header is missing.
    • Server interpreters should produce such a response header.
    • Documentation interpreters should document this header.
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  123. implicit def optionalQueryStringParam[A](implicit param: QueryStringParam[A]): QueryStringParam[Option[A]]

    Make a query string parameter optional:

    Make a query string parameter optional:

    path / "articles" /? qs[Option[Int]]("page")
    • Client interpreters must omit optional query string parameters that are empty.
    • Server interpreters must accept incoming requests whose optional query string parameters are missing, and they must report a failure for incoming requests whose optional query string parameters are present, but malformed,
    • Documentation interpreters should mark the parameter as optional.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  124. def orElseMergeTagged[A, C >: A, B <: C](taggedA: Tagged[A], taggedB: Tagged[B])(implicit arg0: ClassTag[A], arg1: ClassTag[B]): Tagged[C]

    The JSON schema of a coproduct that share the same parent type and thus can be widened to that parent type

    The JSON schema of a coproduct that share the same parent type and thus can be widened to that parent type

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  125. def orFallbackToJsonSchema[A, B](schemaA: JsonSchema[A], schemaB: JsonSchema[B]): JsonSchema[Either[A, B]]

    A schema that can be either schemaA or schemaB.

    A schema that can be either schemaA or schemaB.

    Documentation interpreter produce a oneOf JSON schema. Encoder interpreters forward to either schemaA or schemaB. Decoder interpreters first try to decode with schemaA, and fallback to schemaB in case of failure.

    The difference between this operation and the operation orElse on “tagged” schemas is that this operation does not rely on a discriminator field between the alternative schemas. As a consequence, decoding is slower than with “tagged” schemas and provides less precise error messages.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
    Note

    Be careful to use disjoint schemas for A and B (none must be a subtype of the other), otherwise, a value of type B might also be successfully decoded as a value of type A, and this could have surprising consequences.

  126. final def patch[UrlP, BodyP, HeadersP, UrlAndBodyPTupled, Out](url: Url[UrlP], entity: RequestEntity[BodyP], docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[HeadersP] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerUB: Tupler.Aux[UrlP, BodyP, UrlAndBodyPTupled], tuplerUBH: Tupler.Aux[UrlAndBodyPTupled, HeadersP, Out]): Request[Out]

    Helper method to perform PATCH request

    Helper method to perform PATCH request

    UrlP

    Payload carried by url

    BodyP

    Payload carried by body

    HeadersP

    Payload carried by headers

    UrlAndBodyPTupled

    Payloads of Url and Body tupled together by Tupler

    docs

    Request documentation

    Definition Classes
    Requests
  127. val path: Path[Unit]

    An empty path.

    An empty path.

    Useful to begin a path definition:

    path / "foo" / segment[Int] /? qs[String]("bar")
    Definition Classes
    Urls
  128. implicit lazy val pathPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Path]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  129. final def post[UrlP, BodyP, HeadersP, UrlAndBodyPTupled, Out](url: Url[UrlP], entity: RequestEntity[BodyP], docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[HeadersP] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerUB: Tupler.Aux[UrlP, BodyP, UrlAndBodyPTupled], tuplerUBH: Tupler.Aux[UrlAndBodyPTupled, HeadersP, Out]): Request[Out]

    Helper method to perform POST request

    Helper method to perform POST request

    UrlP

    Payload carried by url

    BodyP

    Payload carried by body

    HeadersP

    Payload carried by headers

    UrlAndBodyPTupled

    Payloads of Url and Body tupled together by Tupler

    docs

    Request documentation

    Definition Classes
    Requests
  130. final def put[UrlP, BodyP, HeadersP, UrlAndBodyPTupled, Out](url: Url[UrlP], entity: RequestEntity[BodyP], docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[HeadersP] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerUB: Tupler.Aux[UrlP, BodyP, UrlAndBodyPTupled], tuplerUBH: Tupler.Aux[UrlAndBodyPTupled, HeadersP, Out]): Request[Out]

    Helper method to perform PUT request

    Helper method to perform PUT request

    UrlP

    Payload carried by url

    BodyP

    Payload carried by body

    HeadersP

    Payload carried by headers

    UrlAndBodyPTupled

    Payloads of Url and Body tupled together by Tupler

    Definition Classes
    Requests
  131. def qs[A](name: String, docs: Documentation)(implicit value: QueryStringParam[A]): QueryString[A]

    Builds a QueryString with one parameter.

    Builds a QueryString with one parameter.

    Examples:

    qs[Int]("page")            // mandatory `page` parameter
    qs[Option[String]]("lang") // optional `lang` parameter
    qs[List[Long]]("id")       // repeated `id` parameter
    A

    Type of the value carried by the parameter

    name

    Parameter’s name

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  132. implicit lazy val queryStringParamPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[QueryStringParam]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  133. implicit lazy val queryStringPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[QueryString]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  134. implicit def recordPartialInvFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Record]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  135. def remainingSegments(name: String, docs: Documentation): Path[String]

    The remaining segments of the path.

    The remaining segments of the path. The String value carried by this Path is still URL-encoded.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  136. implicit def repeatedQueryStringParam[A, CC[X] <: Iterable[X]](implicit param: QueryStringParam[A], factory: Factory[A, CC[A]]): QueryStringParam[CC[A]]

    Support query string parameters with multiple values:

    Support query string parameters with multiple values:

    path / "articles" /? qs[List[Long]]("id")
    • Server interpreters must accept incoming requests where such parameters are missing (in such a case, its value is an empty collection), and report a failure if at least one value is malformed.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  137. def request[A, B, C, AB, Out](method: Method, url: Url[A], entity: RequestEntity[B] = emptyRequest, docs: Documentation = None, headers: RequestHeaders[C] = emptyRequestHeaders)(implicit tuplerAB: Tupler.Aux[A, B, AB], tuplerABC: Tupler.Aux[AB, C, Out]): Request[Out]

    Request for given parameters

    Request for given parameters

    method

    Request method

    url

    Request URL

    entity

    Request entity

    docs

    Request documentation

    headers

    Request headers

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  138. implicit lazy val requestEntityPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[RequestEntity]

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax

  139. def requestHeader(name: String, docs: Documentation): RequestHeaders[String]

    A required request header

    A required request header

    name

    Header name (e.g., “Authorization”)

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  140. implicit lazy val requestHeadersPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[RequestHeaders]

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax

  141. implicit lazy val requestHeadersSemigroupal: Semigroupal[RequestHeaders]

    Provides ++ operation.

    Provides ++ operation.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    See also

    SemigroupalSyntax

  142. implicit def requestPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Request]

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Provides the operations xmap and xmapPartial.

    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax

  143. def response[A, B, R](statusCode: StatusCode, entity: ResponseEntity[A], docs: Documentation = None, headers: ResponseHeaders[B])(implicit tupler: Tupler.Aux[A, B, R]): Response[R]

    Define an HTTP response

    Define an HTTP response

    • Server interpreters construct a response with the given status and entity.
    • Client interpreters accept a response only if it has a corresponding status code.
    statusCode

    Response status code

    entity

    Response entity

    docs

    Response documentation

    headers

    Response headers

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  144. implicit lazy val responseEntityInvariantFunctor: InvariantFunctor[ResponseEntity]
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  145. def responseHeader(name: String, docs: Documentation = None): ResponseHeaders[String]

    Response headers containing a header with the given name.

    Response headers containing a header with the given name.

    • Client interpreters should model the header value as String, or fail if the response header is missing.
    • Server interpreters should produce such a response header.
    • Documentation interpreters should document this header.

    Example:

    val versionedResource: Endpoint[Unit, (SomeResource, String)] =
      endpoint(
        get(path / "versioned-resource"),
        ok(
          jsonResponse[SomeResource],
          headers = responseHeader("ETag")
        )
      )
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  146. implicit def responseHeadersInvariantFunctor: InvariantFunctor[ResponseHeaders]

    Provides xmap operation.

    Provides xmap operation.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    See also

    InvariantFunctorSyntax

  147. implicit def responseHeadersSemigroupal: Semigroupal[ResponseHeaders]

    Provides ++ operation.

    Provides ++ operation.

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    See also

    SemigroupalSyntax

  148. implicit lazy val responseInvariantFunctor: InvariantFunctor[Response]

    Provides the operation xmap to the type Response

    Provides the operation xmap to the type Response

    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
    See also

    InvariantFunctorSyntax

  149. def segment[A](name: String, docs: Documentation)(implicit A: Segment[A]): Path[A]

    A path segment carrying an A information

    A path segment carrying an A information

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  150. implicit lazy val segmentPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Segment]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  151. lazy val serverErrorResponse: Response[ServerError]

    Response used by endpoints4s when the business logic of an endpoint fails.

    Response used by endpoints4s when the business logic of an endpoint fails.

    The provided implementation forwards to internalServerError

    Definition Classes
    Errors
  152. def staticPathSegment(segment: String): Path[Unit]

    A path segment whose value is the given segment

    A path segment whose value is the given segment

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  153. final def stringEnumeration[A](values: Seq[A])(encode: (A) => String)(implicit tpe: JsonSchema[String]): Enum[A]

    Convenient constructor for enumerations represented by string values.

    Convenient constructor for enumerations represented by string values.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  154. def stringJsonSchema(format: Option[String]): JsonSchema[String]

    A JSON schema for type String.

    A JSON schema for type String.

    format

    An additional semantic information about the underlying format of the string

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
    See also

    https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/string.html#format

  155. def stringQueryString: QueryStringParam[String]

    Ability to define String query string parameters

    Ability to define String query string parameters

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  156. def stringSegment: Segment[String]

    Path segment codec for type String

    Path segment codec for type String

    • Server interpreters should return an URL-decoded string value,
    • Client interpreters should take an URL-decoded string value.
    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
  157. final def synchronized[T0](arg0: => T0): T0
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef
  158. implicit def taggedPartialInvFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Tagged]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations.

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  159. def taggedRecord[A](recordA: Record[A], tag: String): Tagged[A]

    Tags a schema for type A with the given tag name

    Tags a schema for type A with the given tag name

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  160. def textChunksRequest: RequestEntity[Chunks[String]]

    A request entity carrying chunks of String values

    A request entity carrying chunks of String values

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedEntitiesChunkedEntities
  161. def textChunksResponse: ResponseEntity[Chunks[String]]

    A response entity carrying chunks of String values

    A response entity carrying chunks of String values

    Definition Classes
    ChunkedEntitiesChunkedEntities
  162. lazy val textRequest: Map[String, MediaType]

    Request with a String body.

    Request with a String body.

    • Server interpreters accept requests with content-type text/plain and reject requests with an incorrect content-type.
    • Server interpreters will use the character encoding set in the content-type header to determine how the text is decoded.
    • Client interpreters supply content-type text/plain with an explicit character encoding
    Definition Classes
    RequestsRequests
  163. def textResponse: ResponseEntity[String]

    Text response entity

    Text response entity

    • Server interpreters produce an HTTP response with a text/plain content type.
    Definition Classes
    ResponsesResponses
  164. def toSchema(jsonSchema: DocumentedJsonSchema): Schema

    Convert the internal representation of a JSON schema into the public OpenAPI AST

    Convert the internal representation of a JSON schema into the public OpenAPI AST

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemas
  165. def toString(): String
    Definition Classes
    AnyRef → Any
  166. implicit def tuple10JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 10 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 10 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  167. implicit def tuple11JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 11 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 11 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  168. implicit def tuple12JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 12 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 12 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  169. implicit def tuple13JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 13 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 13 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  170. implicit def tuple14JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 14 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 14 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  171. implicit def tuple15JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 15 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 15 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  172. implicit def tuple16JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 16 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 16 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  173. implicit def tuple17JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 17 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 17 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  174. implicit def tuple18JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17], schema18: JsonSchema[T18]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 18 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 18 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  175. implicit def tuple19JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17], schema18: JsonSchema[T18], schema19: JsonSchema[T19]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 19 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 19 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  176. implicit def tuple20JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17], schema18: JsonSchema[T18], schema19: JsonSchema[T19], schema20: JsonSchema[T20]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 20 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 20 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  177. implicit def tuple21JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17], schema18: JsonSchema[T18], schema19: JsonSchema[T19], schema20: JsonSchema[T20], schema21: JsonSchema[T21]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 21 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 21 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  178. implicit def tuple22JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21, T22](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9], schema10: JsonSchema[T10], schema11: JsonSchema[T11], schema12: JsonSchema[T12], schema13: JsonSchema[T13], schema14: JsonSchema[T14], schema15: JsonSchema[T15], schema16: JsonSchema[T16], schema17: JsonSchema[T17], schema18: JsonSchema[T18], schema19: JsonSchema[T19], schema20: JsonSchema[T20], schema21: JsonSchema[T21], schema22: JsonSchema[T22]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, T13, T14, T15, T16, T17, T18, T19, T20, T21, T22)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 22 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 22 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  179. implicit def tuple2JsonSchema[T1, T2](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 2 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 2 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  180. implicit def tuple3JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 3 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 3 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  181. implicit def tuple4JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 4 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 4 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  182. implicit def tuple5JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 5 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 5 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  183. implicit def tuple6JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 6 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 6 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  184. implicit def tuple7JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 7 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 7 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  185. implicit def tuple8JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 8 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 8 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

    Definition Classes
    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  186. implicit def tuple9JsonSchema[T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9](implicit schema1: JsonSchema[T1], schema2: JsonSchema[T2], schema3: JsonSchema[T3], schema4: JsonSchema[T4], schema5: JsonSchema[T5], schema6: JsonSchema[T6], schema7: JsonSchema[T7], schema8: JsonSchema[T8], schema9: JsonSchema[T9]): JsonSchema[(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9)]

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 9 elements.

    A JSON schema for a tuple of 9 elements.

    Tuples are represented with JSON arrays, as documented in https://json-schema.org/understanding-json-schema/reference/array.html#tuple-validation.

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    TuplesSchemasTuplesSchemas
  187. final lazy val ujsonSchemas: ujson.JsonSchemas

    The JSON codecs used to produce some parts of the documentation.

    The JSON codecs used to produce some parts of the documentation.

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    JsonSchemas
  188. implicit lazy val urlPartialInvariantFunctor: PartialInvariantFunctor[Url]

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations

    Provides xmap and xmapPartial operations

    Definition Classes
    UrlsUrls
    See also

    PartialInvariantFunctorSyntax and InvariantFunctorSyntax

  189. def urlWithQueryString[A, B](path: Path[A], qs: QueryString[B])(implicit tupler: Tupler[A, B]): Url[Out]

    Builds an URL from the given path and query string

    Builds an URL from the given path and query string

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    UrlsUrls
  190. implicit final lazy val uuidJsonSchema: JsonSchema[UUID]

    A JSON schema for type UUID

    A JSON schema for type UUID

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    JsonSchemas
  191. def uuidQueryString: QueryStringParam[UUID]

    Ability to define UUID query string parameters

    Ability to define UUID query string parameters

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    UrlsUrls
  192. def uuidSegment: Segment[UUID]

    Path segment codec for type UUID

    Path segment codec for type UUID

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    UrlsUrls
  193. final def wait(arg0: Long, arg1: Int): Unit
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  196. final def wheneverFound[A](responseA: Response[A], notFoundDocs: Documentation = None): Response[Option[A]]

    Turns a Response[A] into a Response[Option[A]].

    Turns a Response[A] into a Response[Option[A]].

    Interpreters represent None with an empty HTTP response whose status code is 404 (Not Found).

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  197. def withDescriptionEnum[A](enumeration: Enum[A], description: String): Enum[A]

    Add a description to the given enumeration JSON schema

    Add a description to the given enumeration JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  198. def withDescriptionJsonSchema[A](schema: JsonSchema[A], description: String): JsonSchema[A]

    Add a description to the given JSON schema

    Add a description to the given JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  199. def withDescriptionRecord[A](record: Record[A], description: String): Record[A]

    Add a description to the given record JSON schema

    Add a description to the given record JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  200. def withDescriptionTagged[A](tagged: Tagged[A], description: String): Tagged[A]

    Add a description to the given tagged JSON schema

    Add a description to the given tagged JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  201. def withDiscriminatorTagged[A](tagged: Tagged[A], discriminatorName: String): Tagged[A]

    Allows to specify name of discriminator field for sum type

    Allows to specify name of discriminator field for sum type

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  202. def withExampleEnum[A](enumeration: Enum[A], example: A): Enum[A]

    Include an example value within the given enumeration JSON schema

    Include an example value within the given enumeration JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  203. def withExampleJsonSchema[A](schema: JsonSchema[A], example: A): JsonSchema[A]

    Include an example value within the given JSON schema

    Include an example value within the given JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  204. def withExampleRecord[A](record: Record[A], example: A): Record[A]

    Include an example value within the given record JSON schema

    Include an example value within the given record JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  205. def withExampleTagged[A](tagged: Tagged[A], example: A): Tagged[A]

    Include an example value within the given tagged JSON schema

    Include an example value within the given tagged JSON schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  206. def withTitleEnum[A](enumeration: Enum[A], title: String): Enum[A]

    Add a title to the given enumeration JSON schema

    Add a title to the given enumeration JSON schema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  207. def withTitleJsonSchema[A](schema: JsonSchema[A], title: String): JsonSchema[A]

    Add a title to the given schema

    Add a title to the given schema

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    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  208. def withTitleRecord[A](record: Record[A], title: String): Record[A]

    Add a title to the given record JSON schema

    Add a title to the given record JSON schema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  209. def withTitleTagged[A](tagged: Tagged[A], title: String): Tagged[A]

    Add a title to the given tagged JSON schema

    Add a title to the given tagged JSON schema

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  210. def zipRecords[A, B](recordA: Record[A], recordB: Record[B])(implicit t: Tupler[A, B]): Record[Out]

    The JSON schema of a record merging the fields of the two given records

    The JSON schema of a record merging the fields of the two given records

    Definition Classes
    JsonSchemasJsonSchemas
  211. object CoproductEncoding

    This object contains the options for how to encode coproduct JSON schemas.

    This object contains the options for how to encode coproduct JSON schemas.

    The following Scala coproduct is the candidate example. Each encoding option includes the schema that it would generate for that example.

    sealed trait Pet
    case class Cat(name: String) extends Pet
    case class Lizard(lovesRocks: Boolean) extends Pet
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  212. object DocumentedJsonSchema
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  213. case object Delete extends Method with Product with Serializable

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  214. case object Get extends Method with Product with Serializable

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    MethodsMethods
  215. case object Options extends Method with Product with Serializable

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    MethodsMethods
  216. case object Patch extends Method with Product with Serializable

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    MethodsMethods
  217. case object Post extends Method with Product with Serializable

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    MethodsMethods
  218. case object Put extends Method with Product with Serializable

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Inherited by implicit conversion any2stringadd fromChunkedJsonEntities to any2stringadd[ChunkedJsonEntities]

Inherited by implicit conversion StringFormat fromChunkedJsonEntities to StringFormat[ChunkedJsonEntities]

Inherited by implicit conversion Ensuring fromChunkedJsonEntities to Ensuring[ChunkedJsonEntities]

Inherited by implicit conversion ArrowAssoc fromChunkedJsonEntities to ArrowAssoc[ChunkedJsonEntities]

Types

Types introduced by the algebra

Operations

Operations creating and transforming values

Ungrouped