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json-printer

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Provides a JSON printer, allowing for flexible indentation.

Installation

Run

$ composer require ergebnis/json-printer

Usage

Let's assume we have a variable $json which contains some JSON that is not indented:

{"name":"Andreas Möller","emoji":"🤓","urls":["https://localheinz.com","https://github.com/localheinz","https://twitter.com/localheinz"]}

or indented with 4 spaces:

{
    "name":"Andreas Möller",
    "emoji":"🤓",
    "urls":[
        "https://localheinz.com",
        "https://github.com/localheinz",
        "https://twitter.com/localheinz"
    ]
}

but we want to indent it with 2 spaces (or tabs).

This is where Ergebnis\Json\Printer\Printer comes in

use Ergebnis\Json\Printer\Printer;

$printer = new Printer();

$printed = $printer->print(
    $json,
    '  '
);

which results in $printed:

{
  "name":"Andreas Möller",
  "emoji":"🤓",
  "urls":[
    "https://localheinz.com",
    "https://github.com/localheinz",
    "https://twitter.com/localheinz"
  ]
}

💡 Note that this printer is only concerned with normalizing the indentation, no escaping or un-escaping occurs.

Changelog

Please have a look at CHANGELOG.md.

Contributing

Please have a look at CONTRIBUTING.md.

Code of Conduct

Please have a look at CODE_OF_CONDUCT.md.

License

This package is licensed using the MIT License.

Credits

The Printer is adopted from Composer\Json\JsonFormatter (originally licensed under MIT by Nils Adermann and Jordi Boggiano), who adopted it from a blog post by Dave Perrett (originally licensed under MIT by Dave Perrett).

The PrinterTest is inspired by Composer\Test\Json\JsonFormatterTest (originally licensed under MIT by Nils Adermann and Jordi Boggiano), as well as ZendTest\Json\JsonTest (originally licensed under New BSD License).

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