JSON coffee editor

JSON coffee editor


  • Category: Developer Tools
  • Release Date: 2015-07-20
  • Current Version: 1.0
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 1.73 MB
  • Developer: LE SANG
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.9 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    2/5 ( 8 Reviews)
  • Price:
JSON coffee editor App Ratings: 2
From 8 Reviews

JSON coffee editor App Description

A beauty JSON editor for your Mac. • Highlight and formatting: the editor highlights the structure of JSON string and provides au-tomatic code formatting. • Validate your JSON string: show syntax error while you’re typing. • Powerful searching and replacing: include Regular Expression. • Support undo and redo. • Compact and format your JSON string. • Tree Editor: tree structure outline for JSON data editing. Menu with several option al-lows quick editing. • Tool for importing JSON: import from CSV, Plist, URL. • Integrate with OS X: you can open your JSON file from Open With menu, search it from Spotlight, open multiple JSON files as the same time.

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App Reviews

  • Doesn’t Work on macOS High Sierra

    By adamzucchi
    Do not purchase this application if you are running macOS 10.13 High Sierra! I had previously been using this app daily on Sierra, however since updating to macOS High Sierra the application no longer works. The app will launch but no JSON window is displayed for editing and a new window cannot be opened. I would be happy to re-rate and review when this is fixed in an update.
  • Doesn’t work

    By Fisko38
    Tried to import csv and convert to json, and it didn’t work. Has potential though.
  • Could be useful, but for that to happen some issues should be solved

    By Music Puzzle
    It’s simple and practical, but to be fully useful, it should at least have the following issues solved: - when there’s nothing defined in the imported CSV for the column, it should avoid adding the field in the resulting JSON instead of marking it as existing but with an zero-length string - for the last column of the CSV, it seems to be appending a “\r” to the field name and all its values, it shouldn’t be like that - instead of respecting the order of the columns in the CSV file, it re-orders all the fields in the JSON with alphabetical order. Whereas it’s still valid, it’s quite disturbing Additionally, not everything is supposed to be strings! Sometimes we want to add numbers or booleans in the JSON, but this tool marks everything as strings when importing from CSV.. There’s an option in the editor which allows to specify the type of each field, but unfortunately this has to be done row by row.. so, if you have thousands or rows, it becomes completely useless. Without those issues solved, the usage of this app anyway requires to use an extra editor and proceed with a ton of Find&Replace, which makes the usage of this app take more time than not using it at all.