In this post we share on json viewers both as online tools and as plugins for browsers and Notepad++ editor.
This is a very convenient online tool for evaluating decoded characters. It also uploads web pictures if the web links are in the text fields, which is a unique parsing feature among other json viewers and parsers. There is, at the same time, a feature to strip the whitespaces and format json variable. However, I was not able to upload the json data from the URL. For those preferring the application, there is an application version of this tool with richer functionality; here to download it.
This plugin is perfect for highlighting json variables in FireFox. It’s able to fold/unfold multiple elements (not the variable structure). The user rating is high 5/5, but, unlike the previous online viewer, JSONView cannot upload images from the intext links to images.
This parser on the French top domain is good for folding/unfolding the variable structure. Besides showing structure and json types (see on the image below), it also evaluates json data, indicating how many elements are present. Showing array indexes is another feature.
This online tool includes all the features mentioned in the previous tools (structure, counting) except for json types and picture showing. It provides the search functionality though. As an editor it allows changing and saving changes.
This Chrome extension works perfectly to format json data. It also allows collapsing of the fields.
If you want to view a json variable structure in Notepad++ editor, feel free to install this plugin in the editor. It’s not as rich in features as others, yet it brushes up the json data right in the editor. The data structure of json might be outlined with the next Notepad++ plugin.