Are you looking for an easy and fast way to convert a JSON file to a CSV one? In this blog post, I will show you how you can use
jq command-line tool to do exactly that.
In this blog post, I explain why you may want to use
curl command in your Jenkinsfile, how to catch
curl response and store it in a variable, as well as how to read HTTP response status code and extract some data from the JSON document. Enjoy!
Have you ever wondered, what is the most convenient way to parse JSON data in the Unix/Linux command line? For instance, how to parse some information from the
curl JSON response? Grep? No, thank you. There is a better tool for that. And it’s called
Ratpack is an excellent tool for building RESTful applications. However, to benefit most of it, we need to know the tool a little bit better. It applies to Ratpack handler’s mechanism - it is much different compared to what we have learned by using many popular MVC frameworks. In today’s blog post I would like to show you a relatively simple example that confused many newcomers.