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Handling complex JSON Schemas in Python

In a previous post we looked at how to test your Python API app with JSON Schema. In case you have to deal with complex and nested JSON data, schema definitions can get long and confusing. However, there are ways to clean up and reuse your schemas by using references. Let’s see what they are and how you can leverage them in your testing setup.

Internal References

Let’s take an example endpoint GET /recordings/:id which returns a JSON response for a recording of a classical music piece:

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Grammofy is a streaming service for classical music.

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Paul Götze

Paul Götze

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