JSONovich - Firefox Addon

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JSONovich - Firefox Addon
Application Details:
Version: 1.9.4 updated
Upload Date: 22 May 12
Distribution Type: Freeware
Downloads: 30
Size: 45 Kb

Rating: 1.7/5 (Total Votes: 3)

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JSONovich - Firefox Addon is a Firefox extension that pretty-prints JSON content of various types directly in a browser tab. It uses the browser's native JSON parser and a custom-built formatter to produce its output.
Normally, Firefox would prompt to download JSON sent with the correct application/json mime-type. JSONovich makes working with JSON and debugging output from web services easier by formatting JSON nicely inside the browser.
· Syntax highlighting of JSON elements.
· Indentation according to JSON object/array nesting level.
· Line numbering based on JSON nodes and brackets, long strings always count as a single line.
· Collapsible objects and arrays (whole line is clickable, not just a tiny +/- symbol).
· Subtle zebra-stripes for easier reading.
· Preserves formatting accurately when copying to clipboard, excluding line numbers.
Currently supports the following MIME types by default:
· application/json (also legacy unofficial types application/x-json, text/json and text/x-json)
· application/jsonrequest
· application/sparql-results+json
· application/schema+json
· application/jsonml+json
· application/rdf+json [legacy]
Supports loading JSON from files on disk with the following extensions by default:
· .json
· .srj
· Custom MIME types/extensions and a few other preferences can be specified in about:config.
· Restartless (even in older browsers, partially).

What's New in This Release:

· Hotfix for improperly escaped JSON strings.

What's New in

· Hotfix for corrupt JSON downloads on slow networks.

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