Makes JSON easy to navigate. Open source.
Chrome extension for printing JSON and JSONP nicely when you visit it 'directly' in a browser tab.
Makes JSON easy to navigate. A fork of the original extension by Callum Locke with specific features for Ruby programmers.
• Copy path to element by ctrl+clicking on the key
• Copy path to value by ctrl+click on string, number, boolean, null
• Copy path to array or hash by ctrl+click on ellipsis when it's collapsed
• Select language for path syntax: JS and Ruby are available
• Symbolize names option for Ruby
• Save preferred syntax settings
• Add a 'JSON' pane into the Chrome Dev Tools Elements tab to view parsed content of application/json script tags
• JSONP support
• Fast, even on long pages
• Works on any valid JSON page – URL doesn't matter
• Syntax highlighting
• Collapsible trees, with indent guides
• Clickable URLs (opens in new tab by default, so you won't mis-copy path)
• Buttons for switching between raw and parsed JSON
• Parsed JSON is exported as a global variable, json, so you can inspect it in the console
• A background worker is used to prevent the UI freezing when processing very long JSON pages.