Monthly Archives: March 2017

Text of JSON schema specification available in JSONBuddy

JSON schema help text

Do you know all of the JSON schema specification by heart? I guess nobody knows it and there should also be no reason to know it if you are using the right JSON editor. JSONBuddy now displays the text of the JSON schema specification for every keyword if you hover the mouse over it: The JSON schema specification is well… Read more »

How to convert Excel or Word to JSON

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XML ValidatorBuddy allows to easily convert XML to JSON (you can learn more about this functionality here: XML to JSON conversions). Modern documents saved from Word or Excel are created as archives containing XML documents with the actual content. This means you can extract all of the documents from the archive and open them using XML ValidatorBuddy. As a first… Read more »

JSON Schema editing – An introduction

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auto completion for json schema

You might have noticed that JSON has become a quite popular text format over the last years. Especially for everyone who is working in a Java environment. But how do you check your JSON instance documents in a convenient and standardized way like you can do for any XML file? For this purpose JSON Schema was introduced. In order to… Read more »

How to split a really large XML file

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Sometimes people need to copy parts from an existing huge XML or text document into a new and smaller file. With XML ValidatorBuddy you can load, view and edit really large XML (and other text) files using the Large File editor window. Here are the simple steps: Just open the document in XML ValidatorBuddy. Depending on your settings and the size… Read more »