This is the only one which works well when the json includes html.It's perfect!
I tried a lot of json plugin(10+). This is the only one which can showing json correctly even if json contains some html tag as value. Appreciate your effort!
Nothing else does, for my usage cases, not even those for which you can adjust auto-detect settings.Or those which had been labeled to work with SM even when they were version-compatible.
Auto-detect would be nice, seems to work in most other extension/browser combinations, but this is just fine. Not big on the colors (kind of painful for me, even though they are pale) and I would do something to tweak font and layout even though i can respect the overall style choices - they just don't work best for me. Collapsible, and copy works - very nice.
Fantastic, thank you. Hope to see this remain "compatible" with SM.
Excellent, thanks ! I had trouble having JSONView work with FF 20+, this add-on works perfectly.
Sorry for my deleted review, it was a mistake.
Actually this addon is very useful! It's the only one which has a button to decode JSON manually. It allows not to depend on HTTP headers and get a decode even when they aren't set properly at some server. And sometimes they aren't, then other addons fail. And your - works.
Also a small wish: please make a support for automatic json decoding for files with certain extensions and mime types in response headers, alongside with the manual decode button you already have.
Thanks and good luck!
Thanks for addon.
Is it possible to shorten JSON Decode in statusbar to icon or "JD"
Really useful for me: I'm verifying json messages on a server that doesn't give them an extension or a content type. All the other json-rendering add-ons I've found rely on one or other of these to know when to render a document as json. This one, however, gives me control -- a quick ctrl-q and the json is pretty-printed.
Word wrapping would be a nice touch!
Interesting idea to have a statusbar button to activate formatting of JSON sent without the proper content type header, this addresses a situation which my addon doesn't yet. I note that it actually doesn't work properly in Firefox 3.5 or 3.6, so marking it compatible with 0.3 might be optimistic - other than that it seems to do what it promises.
May I point out that I have not given permission for my authorship or license boilerplate to be removed from json2html.js which I originally wrote in December 2010 for JSONovich (see http://code.google.com/p/jsonovich/source/browse/trunk/modules/json2html.js?r=52 for details). I'd appreciate if this was kindly reinstated in the next release, thank you.