What is JSON

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation.

JSON has become very popular for interchanging and exchanging the data between browser and the server because it is much more lightweight than XML.

Exchanging the data between server and browser can only be in a form of “text”. JSON is pure text and any JavaScript object can be converted into JSON and can be sent to the server. Also, any JSON, received from the server, can be converted into JavaScript objects.

Know more about JSON on www.json.org

How CodeDribble helps you for JSON

CodeDribble provides you various features for JSON with which you can do the following.

JSON Validator

Validate your JSON for any error. CodeDribble’s JSON Validator will notify you the error and its description along with the line number where the error occurred.

JSON Viewer

Write or paste your raw JSON in CodeDribble’s JSON Viewer and you can view and interact with your JSON in different forms e.g. Tree, View and Form.

JSON Beautifier

Being a coder, we know how hard it is to deal with a messy, un-indented code. No one likes to see such untidy, messy code. CodeDribble’s JSON Beautifier is made to get rid of such messy and untidy JSONs. Simply put your JSON on left, hit the “Beautify” button on top and Ta Da, get your well-formed, well indented on the right, just with a click.

JSON Minifier

At the time of deployment, we prefer that all relevant files should be as compact form as possible. CodeDribble’s JSON Minifier does the same. With a single click transform your lengthy JSON into a compact one.

JSONPath Tester

JSONPath creates a uniform standard and syntax to define different parts of a JSON document. JSONPath defines expressions to traverse through a JSON document to reach to a subset of the JSON.

CodeDribble’s JSONPath Tester helps you to validate your JSONPath and helps you to traverse through your JOSN nodes.

JSON Comparator

Compare and find differences of JSONs with CodeDribble’s JSON Comparator.