The results of scraping activities are most often stored as json data, the latter having many advantages over .xml or .csv formats. Recently in one of my projects, I had to deal with JSON files of over 6Mb. Even though I managed them in Notepad++, still the proper search and count could have been better.
Personally, I prefer using online tools for performing quick manipulation on different data formats like JSON, XML, CSV and so on. They’re platform independent and always within reach of my hand (since I mainly work in a browser). After we published an article about 7 best JSON viewers, I was told about Knowledge Walls, a similar service containing many tools for text data manipulation.
In this post we share on json viewers both as online tools and as plugins for browsers and Notepad++ editor.