Developer: Dmitriy Delistoyan
Current Version: 2.0
Last Updated: 2 hours ago
Download Size: 1.2 MB - Download
Simple developer's tool - checks whether a JSON string is valid
and displays the element tree.
JSON result improvements.
Most Helpful Reviews
Simple and sweet - You use it by clicking on the menubar icon at the top. You type in the top frame and the bottom frame shows the parsed json. It's very handly for both viewing json and writing your own adaptation for development. As you would expect, it has a very small footprint, so I just leave it open all the time. I could do without the icon cluttering up my dock, but I'm not going to ding it for that in a first version.
Can't figure out how to use it!? - There's no documentation with this application... and I couldn't figure out how to use it. I launched the applicaiton and no windows opened, there was no option to open a new window or open a file. I couldn't drag and drop a file on to the applicaiton even. Would love if this would work as pictured above. Ideally, it would be great if you could use this as a service; just highlight some text, right click, and select the service to format the JSON. Even cut & paste would be nice too. Having to save your JSON as a file would not be too good. Please update the description with instructions on how to use this app. Thanks.
More Reviews for Current Version
On my boycott list - Due to the developer's habit of changing this app's price daily so that it constantly shows up on freebie lists, this app has been on my boycott list for ages. However, I needed to parse some JSON code, so I relented and downloaded this app. Since it has not been updated in four years, I was concerned that it would not run in Sierra. It does. The only trick is to figure out how to make it do anything. There is no File menu, but a new icon appears in the menu bar. Clicking on that brings up a window that can be pasted into. Lousy design!
Never opened - I installed the app in El Cap and tried to open it. There as no UI on the screen. I could see the text in the menu bar and when I tapped the ‘About’ menu, a small window appeared, but the main app never appeared. Uninstalled.