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    Decode JSON Objects into Elm Records Using `field` and `mapX`

    The most natural translation of a JSON data object is into an Elm record. For simple one-to-one translations, you use the field decoder to extract values from single fields, and the mapX functions to combine them in the creation of a record.

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