AngularJS directive for json pretty output (colors / indent / editor)
Angular directive for JSON pretty display output, indent and colorized.
Idea was given by the need to display some configuration JSON format files in a back office.
Edition is now available with awesome Ace editor: ace editor
bower install ng-prettyjson
You should already have script required for Angular
to the list above, you should add:
ngPrettyJson in your application module:
and then just add a
<!-- READ-ONLY --><!-- EDITION -->
jsonObjis a variable on the scope to be output as JSON:
$scopejsonObj = a:1 'b':'foo' c:falsenull d:e:1.3e5;
edition activate edition buttons, Ace library has to be loaded, see ace documentation or example here.
on-edit parent scope function : parameter name has to be 'newJson'.
By default whether no edition callback has been set, an event is fired from directive. Here is how to catch it:
Alternatively, you can use a
<pretty-json> tag. This tag will be replaced with a
You can run the tests by running
assuming you already have
grunt installed, otherwise you also need to do:
npm install -g grunt-cli
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