Category: JSON validator

Custom formats for the JSON validator

Starting with JSONBuddy 4.6, you can add custom formats for the JSON validator as regular expressions using a simple configuration file. The JSON editor has got two new commands to give you easy access to this new functionality: How to add and use custom formats? Use the “Open JSON validator custom formats” command to open […]

JSON schema editor: Full support for draft 6

JSONBuddy continues to extend the support for JSON schema and fully supports draft 6 as the only available JSON schema editor. From now on (JSONBuddy 4.6), you can validate your JSON files against draft 6 directly in the editor. In addition, you can also start using draft 6 in the command-line tool, which is part of the […]

Instant validation while editing JSON data

Tired of clicking the “Validate” button or pressing F11 every time you want to know if your JSON data has still some validation errors? Then here are the good news. With JSONBuddy 4.5 you don’t need to run the JSON validator explicitly anymore while you are working on your JSON data in the editor. Instead, […]