It's easy to view JSON documents in XMLSpy using either the text-based JSON viewer, the graphical JSON viewer, or switching back and forth between the two. Both JSON viewer options help you understand the structure and content of the JSON document with line numbering, syntax coloring, source folding, and more.
The text-based JSON viewer provides syntax coloring, line numbering, source folding, bookmarking, and more, making it easy to navigate and understand your JSON code, and find and edit strings. You can also take advantage of intelligent JSON editing tools.
Syntax checking and JSON validation in the JSON editor guide you in making valid JSON edits. Any errors are listed in the multi-tabbed Messages window, which also includes a hyperlink to the error in your document and the related schema, making trouble-shooting a breeze.
Grid View / Tree View provides a graphical representation that shows the structure / outline of a JSON document through a set of nested containers, which can be easily expanded and collapsed to get a clear view of the JSON document's tree-like structure.
It's easy to manipulate your JSON document while analyzing its structure in a graphical manner, using advanced drag-and-drop, intelligent XML editing functions. You can switch between text JSON view and tree JSON view at any time, helping you visualize the effect of every change.