ANYJSON CONVERTERS

JSON Beautifier,JSON Converters, XML,YAML,CSS,SQL and more..!!!!

Free Online Tools For Developers

I created this website remembering the need to assist Information Technology Professionals with data analysis and debugging and help developers by providing them with free online tools. It provides formatters, validators, code minifiers, encoders and decoders, image hosting, converters and more.

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List of tools

JSON:

JavaScript Object Notation or JSON is data interchange format and an open standard file format which uses human readable text to transmit data objects and store data. JSON format was originally specified by Douglas Crockford in the early 2000s. JSON is also known as Language independent file format which was derived from Javascript.

Basic data types of JSON's
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XML:

XML means "Extensible Markup Language" which is a markup language that characterizes a bunch of rules for encoding records in an arrangement that is both comprehensible and machine-meaningful. The W3C's XML 1.0 Specification and a few other related specifications—every one of them free open guidelines—characterize XML.

The plan objectives of XML stress straightforwardness, oversimplification, and ease of use across the Internet. It is a text based information design with solid help through Unicode for various human dialects. Albeit the plan of XML centers around reports, the language is broadly utilized for the portrayal of self-assertive information constructions, for example, those utilized in web administrations.

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YAML:

YAML has features that come from Perl, C, XML, HTML, and other programming languages. YAML is also a superset of JSON, so JSON files are valid in YAML. YAML uses Python-style indentation to indicate nesting. Tab characters are not allowed, so whitespaces are used instead. There are no usual format symbols, such as braces, square brackets, closing tags, or quotation marks. YAML files use a .yml or .yaml extension.The structure of a YAML file is a map or a list.

When creating a YAML file, you’ll need to ensure that you follow these syntax rules and that your file is valid. A linter is an application that verifies the syntax of a file. The yamllint command can help to ensure you’ve created a valid YAML file before you hand it over to an application.

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CSV:

CSV-CSV record is utilized for document expansion with regards to spreadsheets. The software programs that don't look and feel like bookkeeping page applications will often offer CSV as a yield document to download informational index, like a report of activities, results, or contacts.

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BASE64:

Base64 is a gathering of parallel-to-message encoding plans that address double information (all the more explicitly, a grouping of 8-bit bytes) in an ASCII string design by making an interpretation of the information into a radix-64 portrayal. The term Base64 starts from a particular MIME content exchange encoding. Each non-last Base64 digit addresses precisely 6 pieces of information. Three bytes (i.e., a sum of 24 pieces) can thus be addressed by four 6-cycle Base64 digits.

Normal to all parallel-to-message encoding plans, Base64 is intended to convey information put away in double arrangements across channels that just dependably support message content. Base64 is especially prominent in the World Wide Web where its uses incorporate the capacity to insert picture records or other parallel resources inside printed resources, for example, HTML and CSS files.

Base64 is additionally broadly utilized for sending email connections. This is required in light of the fact that SMTP - in its unique structure - was intended to ship 7-piece ASCII characters as it were. This encoding causes an overhead of 33–36%. The specific arrangement of 64 characters picked to address the 64-digit esteems for the base fluctuates between executions. The overall procedure is to pick 64 characters that are normal to most encodings and that are likewise printable. This blend leaves the information probably not going to be altered on the way through data frameworks, like email, that were generally not 8-bit clean.

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CSS:

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets which describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on screen. Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a simple mechanism for adding style (e.g., fonts, colors, spacing) to Web documents.It sets the background color, font-size, font-family, color, … etc property of elements on a web page.

There are three types of CSS.

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SQL:

SQL (Structured Query Language) is a standardized programming language that's used to manage relational databases and perform various operations on the data in them

SQL commands are divided into several different types, among them data manipulation language (DML) and data definition language (DDL) statements, transaction controls and security measures. The DML vocabulary is used to retrieve and manipulate data, while DDL statements are for defining and modifying database structures. The transaction controls help manage transaction processing, ensuring that transactions are either completed or rolled back if errors or problems occur. The security statements are used to control database access as well as to create user roles and permissions.

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Color:

Looking to do some color conversions? Use Anyjson color converter tool to convert to rgb, hex or color name.

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IP Addressing:

Get details about your IP address including location, ISP, hostname, type, proxy, blacklist status and more. Calcate IPV4 address based on Subnet Mask and CIDR and more..

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Why ANYJSON?

ANYJSON was created keeping in mind the need to help Information Technology Professionals with data analysis and debugging. JSON Formatter and JSON Validator help to format and validate your JSON text. It also provides a tree view that helps to navigate your formatted JSON data.As JSON data is often output without line breaks to save space, it can be extremely difficult to actually read and make sense of it. ANYJSON helps to resolve the problem by formatting and beautifying the JSON data so that it is easy to read and debug by human beings.

When exchanging data between a browser and a server, the data can only be text. JSON is text, and we can convert any JavaScript object into JSON, and send JSON to the server. We can also convert any JSON received from the server into JavaScript objects. This way we can work with the data as JavaScript objects, with no complicated parsing and translations. ANYJSON has the tools to convert JSON to CSV, JSON to HTML, JSON to YAML, JSON to TABLE, JSON to XML, JSON Formatter with tab space option, JSON Validator, JSON to EXCEL and many more.

Our objective

ANYJSON.in is a one-stop station for all JSON Data related tools. It contains all the Tools that are required to convert and Manipulate JSON data to different Format and also validates the exisiting format to make it more readable and easy to edit. ANYJSON works well with all major browsers and all Operating Systems. ANYJSON JSON tools work well in Windows, Mac, Linux, Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge and it's free.

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We are adding and updating functionalities on a regular basis so that we can serve you and you have a good experience with Working on JSON data on ANYJSON. In case of any question about anything on our website, You can reach out to us via contact form. We will be very happy to help for anything.

JSON Utilities

If you're looking to manipulate or examine JSON-encoded data directly, without writing code yourself, there are a number of ANYJSON utilities that can help you. You don't need to write full fledge code to test the JSON and convert it to different formats but you can cut and paste JSON code into browser-based ANYJSON tools to help you understand JSON better or perform quick-and-dirty analysis:

  • JSON Validator: ANYJSON JSON Validator will Validate arbitrary JSON code.
  • JSON Minify/Compact: ANYJSON JSON will Compact or minify arbitrary JSON code.
  • JSON Formatter:ANYJSON JSON Formatter will format arbitrary JSON code.
  • JSON Beautifier:If you want to “pretty print” your JSON code, with syntax coloring and the like, ANYJSON PrettyPrint can help you out and it has the tab space option for your convenience.
  • JSON ConverterNeed to quickly move data from a JSON format into something else? ANYJSON has tools that can convert JSON to CSV (which can then be opened in Excel) or XML or JSON to HTML or JSON to EXCEL or JSON to YAML or JSON to TABLE and many more.

ANYJSON tools allows you to paste JSON data.There are various other controls provided in the settings toolbar to clear, copy, minify, prettify, and download JSON data from the editor.

Our JSON formatter has the following features. It allows you to quickly validate if a JSON is correct or not and provides error messages. It allows you to beatify or prettify a compact JSON and indents it properly for easier reading. It supports live JSON formatting. You just need to type the JSON in the editor and you can see a live formatted JSON data in the below output editor.