The JSON Editor makes it possible to easily view, edit, and validate JSON documents.
A rich text based editor provides syntax highlighting, well-formed and schema aware validation, auto complete/intellisense based on a JSON Schemas, go to XSD definition, and much more.
Associated features and tools include:
When a JSON Schema is associated with the JSON document, the editor can use this to provide valid options as you type.
Infer Schema (JSON document to JSON Schema)
A JSON Schema can be inferred from a sample JSON document, the resulting JSON Schema can then be refined manually if needed using the JSON Schema Editor. Associating a JSON Schema with a document provides validation and intellisense.
Jumps to the JSON Schema definition of the currently selected item within the JSON Document.
Determines if a JSON document is both well-formed and valid against an associated JSON Schema. Errors are shown inline within the JSON document and in the error window as you type.
Outlining (Code Folding)
The JSON Editor allows elements within the JSON document to be collapsed, thus maximizing your working area to simplify editing large files.
The JSON Editor provides a 'Format JSON' option which indents all the elements correctly, making the JSON document simple to read.
The JSON Editor provides syntax highlighting which makes your JSON code easier to develop, allowing errors to be avoided.
File change notification
The user is notified when the file they are working on is changed by an external editor.
Liquid JSON Studio contain a powerful SpellChecker. The SpellChecker highlights spelling mistakes inline in real time as you type, mistakes can then be corrected by clicking on them and selecting the correct spelling.