Online JSON Viewer

Useful and simple tool for JSON parsing and display.
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What is JSON?

JSON, also known as Java Script Object Notation, is an open standard format that uses readable text to communicate data objects consisting of attribute value pairs. It is a light weighted interchange format that is easier for humans to read and write and for machines to understand and generate. It is one of the common data formats that is used for asynchronous browser or server communication that replaces the XML. There are many applications that help in reading and processing JSON files.

Purpose of JSON

Most of the data in Web is now sent in JSON format. So, the main purpose of such format is the data transfer between different api, endpoints and clients.

JSON Format Specification

JSON Format is a text format based on JavaScript syntax and used to declare object data. It is more convenient and easier for complex data serialization than XML format. If JSON checker is not able to analyze JSON text provided by user then warning is shown and no visualization is done.

Our Service

Our free JSON viewer is the convenient online tool that evaluates decoded characters and display JSON in readable format. You can easily beautify or minify it, so it is more applicable for your application.

The main task of our service is to provide simple method of viewing the contents and data of JSON files and strings.

You can paste the JSON string in the text area, load it from local disk or from remote web site and then review it in the form of tree in the corresponding tab. Using our tool, you can also easily convert your JSON Data into XML format by using the tab "JSON -> XML". At any point you can save JSON in PDF, WORD or XML format with no data corruption or loss.

The above information sums up the functionality of our viewer.

Features

Tree View

Convenient and Easy way to review any JSON in a tree mode

JSON Checker

We validate JSON format for you

XML output

You can convert JSON into XML with one click

Target Formats

Save JSON content as XML, WORD, PDF or JSON

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