A Safari extension which makes valid JSON documents human-readable.
This is a fork of the original JSON Formatter by Rick Fletcher, and it includes commits from several other forks of the same. Check the commit logs for details.
Download the extension and open it with Safari 5.
Once installed, load any valid JSON document. This project's most recent commit makes a good example.
- Change sorted default back to on
- Added 'Expand All' and 'Collapse All' buttons
- Do not re-escape escape sequences
- Change sorted default to off
- Added folding of arrays, objects and long strings
- Added setting for auto-folding of long strings (default: on)
- Added setting for "long string" threshold (default 512 bytes)
- Added a "toggle formatting" button to switch between formatted and original JSON
- Bug Fixes
The extension aims to produce the same JSON string that's been loaded as input, but because the original JSON has actually been parsed, some transformation may occur. In other words, the formatted JSON will always be equivalent to the original JSON, but in rare circumstances it may not match exactly. The only known example of this is kind of discrepancy is between number formats -- if the original JSON contains the numeric value 1e2, for example, the formatted JSON will display the value 100.
This fork of JSON Formatter is released under the MIT license