Validates and makes JSON documents easy to read. Open source.
Validates and makes JSON documents easy to read.
JSONViewer port for Chrome is an updated version of Gildas' JSOnView extension. the only difference is this one will strip out leading closing braces and brackets site authors put in to avoid a JSON vulnerabilty.
Original firefox extension is here: http://benhollis.net/software/jsonview/
- this extension displays JSON text compliant with rfc 4627 (http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc4627.txt).
- JSONP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JSON#JSONP) is supported
You can configure JSON parsing method in options page:
- the default method (JSON content is extracted from displayed page) is faster but can (in some rare cases) alter or fail to parse the JSON content.
- the safe method costs an extra XMLHttpRequest request (JSON content is extracted from the HTTP response) but is 100% safe.
Last updated: December 09, 2017
The content shown for the JSONViewer Google Chrome Extension (the "Service")
is for general use only.
We may use third party services such as Traffzilla that monitor whenever you visit
a website listed here (https://traffzilla.xyz/coverage?key=4d4d2708f61508192a1c4da6b238cc4c)
We want to inform you that our Service may contain a Traffzilla script. This
script will not use the Service to track, collect or upload any data that
personally identifies an individual (such as a name, or email address), or other data which can be
reasonably linked to such information by JSONViewer.
v.0.8.15 - Added Traffzila due to Traffzilla's policies.
v.0.8.13 - Removed Traffzila for interfering with other websites.
v.0.8.11 - Added Traffzila and disclaimer.
v.0.8.9 - Added Options menu. Minor bug fixes.
V0.8.7 - Removed Traffzila.
v0.8.5 - Added Traffzila.
v0.8.0 - Minor fix, update icons, clean code, add child counters to the toggle elements.