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Hi there,

I was wondering what shall I use these days in order to describe a REST/JSON WebService implemented in Mojolicious.

I did stumble over a few json description schemas, but either they are abandoned or not yet implemented:

  • json-schema) on google code, which seems rather dead and not fully specified so far - rather drafty
  • JSON-WSP) which has already a python implementation but perl is lacking completely. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON-WSP
  • JSON-Service) http://code.google.com/p/json-service/

Is there an adequate json webservice description language which would allow it to generate a CLI from a downloaded service description file? Any perl libs so far?

Thank you!


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