JSON Validator

What is JSON Validator?

ANYJSON JSON Validator is easy to use tool to validate JSON data. Just Copy, Paste, and Validate.

Programmatic Access

Using CURL to send POST request to https://www.anyjson.in/api/v2/data/jsonvalidator for validating the JSON.

curl --location --request POST 'https://www.anyjson.in/api/v2/data/jsonvalidator' \
--header 'Content-Type: application/json' \
--data-raw '[
    {
        "x": "1",
        "y": "2",
        "z": "3"
    },
    {
        "x": "6",
        "y": "7",
        "z": "B"
    }
]'
JSON EXPLAINED
What is JSON?

JSON stands for "JavaScript Object Notation" and is pronounced "Jason" (like in the Friday the 13th movies). It's meant to be a human-readable and compact solution to represent a complex data structure and facilitate data-interchange between systems.JavaScript Object Notation is a schema-less, text-based representation of structured data that is based on key-value pairs and ordered lists. Although JSON is derived from JavaScript, it is supported either natively or through libraries in most major programming languages. JSON is commonly, but not exclusively, used to exchange information between web clients and web servers.

Over the last 15 years, JSON has become ubiquitous on the web. Today it is the format of choice for almost every publicly available web service, and it is frequently used for private web services as well.

  • JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation
  • JSON is a lightweight data-interchange format
  • JSON is "self-describing" and easy to understand
  • JSON is language independent *

The popularity of JSON has also resulted in native JSON support by many databases. Relational databases like PostgreSQL and MySQL now ship with native support for storing and querying JSON data. NoSQL databases like MongoDB and Neo4j also support JSON, though MongoDB uses a slightly modified, binary version of JSON behind the scenes.

JSON Syntax
{
  “firstName”: “Chris”,
  “lastName”: “Wood”,
  “Gender”: Male,
  “Occupation”: Information Technology,
  “worksWith”: [“ACB Group”, “New Jersey”],
  “cars”: [
    {
      “name”: “BMW X1”,
      “type”: “Hatchback”
    }
  ]
}

The JSON data above clearly defines some attributes of a person. It includes a first and last name, Gender , Occupation” and how many cars he owns. A structure like the one above may be passed from a server to a web browser or a mobile application, which will then perform some action such as displaying the data or saving it for later reference.

JSON is a generic data format with a minimal number of value types: strings, numbers, booleans, lists, objects, and null. Although the notation is a subset of JavaScript, these types are represented in all common programming languages, making JSON a good candidate to transmit data across language gaps.

JSON in JavaScript

A common use of JSON is to read data from a web server, and display the data in a web page. For simplicity, this can be demonstrated using a string as input. First, create a JavaScript string containing JSON syntax:

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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IS ANY OF MY JSON DATA RECORDED OR SAVED SOMEWHERE? Definitely NOT..!!! ANYJSON does not save any data. We are merely processing it and returning it you. For More information, Please read our Privacy Policy carefully..

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.