JSON:API Client and Server

TL;DR:

import 'package:json_api/client.dart';
import 'package:json_api/routing.dart';

void main() async {
  /// Define the server's base URL
  final baseUri = 'http://localhost:8080';

  /// Use the standard recommended URL structure or implement your own
  final uriDesign = StandardUriDesign(Uri.parse(baseUri));

  /// The [RoutingClient] is most likely the right choice.
  /// It has methods covering many standard use cases.
  final client = RoutingClient(uriDesign);

  try {
    /// Fetch the collection.
    /// See other methods to query and manipulate resources.
    final response = await client.fetchCollection('colors');

    final resources = response.collection;
    resources.map((resource) => resource.attributes).forEach((attr) {
      final name = attr['name'];
      final red = attr['red'];
      final green = attr['green'];
      final blue = attr['blue'];
      print('$name - $red:$green:$blue');
    });
  } on RequestFailure catch (e) {
    /// Catch error response
    e.errors.forEach((error) => print('${error.title}'));
  }
}

This is a work-in-progress. You can help it by submitting a PR with a feature or documentation improvements.

Libraries

client
Provides JSON:API client for Flutter, browsers and vm. [...]
document
JSON:API Document model.
http
This is a thin HTTP layer abstraction used by the client and the server
query
A set of builders/parsers for special query parameters used in JSON:API.
routing
Routing describes the design of URLs on the server. See https://jsonapi.org/recommendations/#urls
server
JSON:API server on top of dart:io.