Nested json from ruby hash

Trying to build a json out of Ruby hash require ‘json’ temp_rides = {“rides”: {}} rides = {:lyft => “car”, :scoot => “scooter”, :blade => “helicopter”} rides.each do |key, value| temp_rides[“rides”].push({“key” => “value”}) puts temp_rides end apparently it fails with undefined methodpush’` I believe I need to load the json object before append (based on…

Creating nested JSON with data from SQLDataReader

I am new to .NET and trying to achieve what shape-json does in the Node world. Copied from the shape-json npm page: Given the following array of objects: var input = [ {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 1, projectName: ‘lodash’}, {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 2, projectName: ‘docdown’}, {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 3, projectName:…

How to use flatten_json to recursively flatten deeply nested JSON objects?

This question is specific to using flatten_json from GitHub Repo: flatten The package is on pypi flatten-json 0.1.7 and can be installed with pip install flatten-json This question is specific to the following component of the package: def flatten_json(nested_json: dict, exclude: list=[”]) -> dict: “”” Flatten a list of nested dicts. “”” out = dict()…

Creating nested JSON with data from SQLDataReader

I am new to .NET and trying to achieve what shape-json does in the Node world. Copied from the shape-json npm page: Given the following array of objects: var input = [ {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 1, projectName: ‘lodash’}, {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 2, projectName: ‘docdown’}, {pid: 1, contributor: ‘jdalton’, projectID: 3, projectName:…

How to check if key is present in nested list in json?

I have a JSON file where each object looks like the following example: [ { “timestamp”: 1569177699, “attachments”: [ ], “data”: [ { “post”: “\u00f0\u009f\u0096\u00a4\u00f0\u009f\u0092\u0099” }, { “update_timestamp”: 1569177699 } ], “title”: “firstName LastName” } ] I want to check if, there is the key post, nested within the key data. I wrote this, but…