Loading large JSON files and storing them into memory can lead to memory issues. However, if it is required for processing parts of that large JSON file independently (e.g.: stream processing), there is an efficient way to solve this problem for any kind of JSON types.

By writing our own JSON parser, there is more control, and there isn't the need to load the entire JSON into memory. The parser needs to identifying independent sub-JSONs that can be processed independently and return them in a stream fashion.

For example, a large JSON file containing an array with gazillions of JSON objects inside, where the need is to process those JSONs independently.

For code details, look into our git repository link: