The JSON Schema Editor abstracts away the complexities of JSON Schema structure by providing an intuitive graphical drag and drop user interface.
The Graphical JSON Schema Designer included in Liquid Studio massively simplifies visualizing, authoring and navigating complex JSON Schemas. The Graphical JSON Schema Editor provides an interactive logical view of the JSON Schema enabling simple and intuitive editing and validation of the JSON Schema, without compromising the ability to work with all the complexities of the Internet Engineering Task Force draft 4.0 JSON Schema Standard.
Ingenious Synchronized Editing
Logical, Physical and Source Views
For maximum flexibility the JSON Schema can be viewed and edited in 2 ways.
This Split Screen display ensures both source code and logical models are shown concurrently, making it easy to see what a given entity in the logical diagram represents. Changes in the logical model are reflected immediately in the source code view.
Being able to edit the logical view has huge advantages making it possible to quickly and reliably create or modify an JSON Schema. This is a big improvement over many other editors which only allow the physical view to be edited - not much better than just editing the raw json code.
The Graphical JSON Editor allows a logical view of the JSON Schema to be edited and viewed. Editing can be performed in-line on the diagram, via the properties window, or directly in the code.
The context menus and properties window are intelligently controlled, only allowing appropriate properties to be displayed and hence simplifying the task of a data designer. The diagram can also be scaled in order to focus on an small part, or get an overview of the overall structure.
Comprehensive JSON Schema Validation
Support for Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) Draft 4.0 Standards
The JSON Schema Editor supports the IETF draft 4.0 Standard. The schema items are displayed graphically and can be edited and validated.
Errors and warnings are reported via the Error Window in real time, clicking on an error selects the source of the error in the Source and Logical (graphical) view.
Familiar Windows Environment
The Graphical JSON Schema Editor provides a fully featured environment with all the familiar windows features you would expect and more including:
- Cut & Paste - Cut and Paste entities within the Code and model view
- Drag & Drop - Move sections of the model around by dragging
- Find & Replace - Search within the text and diagram, using advanced filters such as regular expressions, wildcards, whole word, and match case
- Multi Set Undo/Redo - Instant undo/redo for changes made in the model and the code
- Printing - Print from both the graphical model and text source views. Scale the model to fit a on X by Y pages or scale by a fixed ratio
- Zoom - Control the scaling and spacing within your JSON Schema diagram
XML Schema Editor Overview
This video overview shows how to work in the graphical, text and split views, adding items, changing properties and updating documentation annotations.
Generate a Sample XML Document
This video tutorial shows you how to create a sample XML document from an industry standard schema (Google Site Map).
Generate HTML Documentation
This video tutorial shows how to create HTML documentation for an XML Schema.
XML Data Binding
This video tutorial shows you how to generate strongly typed API source code from your XSD using the Liquid XML Data Binder.
XML Data Mapper
This video tutorial shows how to create a mapping transform, using the graphical drag and drop interface, to convert XML data of different XML Schema.
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