June 15th 2014 by Samuel Rossille
JSON Slicer allows you to
- explore a large and/or complex JSON structure,
- display nested tables in a much nicer way than any debugger console,
- and export tables to Excel when a sophisticated analysis is needed. It can be especially useful when debugging interactions that involve complex structured business data in JSON format.
Paste a JSON string in the dedicated area, and the JSON tree will show up. The treeview has virtual scrolling, so it's not afraid of large data.
Zoom on nested tables
Click on a table node. The table will show up on the right side of the screen. Please note that when the table contains objects, the keys of the objects become the columns of the table. Isn't that nice ?
Copy to Excel
On large tables, use the "Copy to Excel" button to export data for further analysis. Hit CTRL + C, then paste in Excel.
How do I start ?