JSON editor and validator for large schemas

Sometimes it can happen that a JSON schema is generated from existing data and the resulting schema is quite huge. And maybe this schema is just taken as a starting point and you need to extend or modify it to get the final specifications for your JSON input. One example of a really huge JSON […]

JSON editor in a nutshell: Using JSON pretty-print

Maybe, you often have to deal with JSON data which is not formatted as you like or has no white-space at all. As an example, it is hard to edit this JSON text in the editor: What you need is an editor that a) understands the JSON syntax and b) can quickly format your JSON […]

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 […]

The benefits of JSONBuddy

This is not a complete list of all benefits because every user has own requirements and ways to work with JSON, CSV, YAML or XML content. As a consequence, the benefits like saving a lot of time or solving a special task are often very special for a lot of people. However, here are some […]

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 […]

Tales from support: JSON code folding

Someone who set “Recommend: yes” and “Overall quality: 1” (best) on the survey form sent the additional following feedback: Code folding for JSON file does not work for situations like: “RaceCar”: { “Domestic”: true, “Model”: [] } Unfortunately, the user did not provide an email address so I couldn’t get in contact with her/him. So […]

Tales from support: Open large data in the JSON editor

I got the following user feedback from the survey page on running the uninstaller of JSONBuddy: It reported that the large JSON file I wanted to view was too large. Unfortunately, I can’t clarify this issue afterward with the user who sent the feedback because she or he left no email address. I wonder what […]