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Process JSON? #6

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eklem opened this Issue Nov 12, 2014 · 2 comments

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eklem commented Nov 12, 2014

We should have a way of process JSON in addition to HTML since a lot of services offer JSON straight out of the box.

Use case for this is that I'm trying to index my online life and make it searchable. I got the idea on one way to solve it from this blog: http://codepen.io/nickmoreton/blog/using-ifttt-and-google-drive-to-create-a-json-api That's giving me JSON directly from Google Spreadsheet, but I still need to remove a lot of noise: http://jsonformatter.curiousconcept.com/#https://spreadsheets.google.com/feeds/list/1IBZJCwh3oErZog8rqWLQm6cxSooCGAdTfNpzHvkUvUw/od6/public/values?alt=json

Basically, I want to remove everything before "entry" and massage/adjust in the rest of the file.

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Maybe this one could solve part of the problem: http://jsonselect.org/#tryit

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eklem commented Nov 12, 2014

Maybe this one could solve part of the problem: http://jsonselect.org/#tryit

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And with Kimono Labs this is an even better use case. Now it is really easy to get okay JSON, and then you only need to massage it a bit to get it in shape for Norch-document-processor.

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eklem commented Jan 12, 2015

And with Kimono Labs this is an even better use case. Now it is really easy to get okay JSON, and then you only need to massage it a bit to get it in shape for Norch-document-processor.

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