Navigate JSON-encoded data in a simple column-based interface, either to gain a general sense of the data structure or to find the path needed to reference a specific value.
The simplest way to use this tool is to copy some JSON to your clipboard and visit json-columns.com.
The command-line tool generates a local JSON Columns page pre-loaded with data.
npm install -g json-columns
To use, pass the app the path of a JSON-encoded file:
Alternatively, pipe it JSON data directly via standard input. For example:
curl -# https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/posts | json-columns
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