- Easy to use
- Parse CSV files directly (local or over the network)
- Fast mode (is really fast)
- Stream large files (even via HTTP)
- Reverse parsing (converts JSON to CSV)
- Auto-detect delimiter
- Worker threads to keep your web page reactive
- Header row support
- Pause, resume, abort
- Can convert numbers and booleans to their types
- Optional jQuery integration to get files from
- One of the only parsers that correctly handles line-breaks and quotations
Papa Parse has no dependencies - not even jQuery.
papaparse is available on npm. It can be installed with the following command:
npm install papaparse
If you don't want to use npm, papaparse.min.js can be downloaded to your project source.
Homepage & Demo
To learn how to use Papa Parse:
The website is hosted on Github Pages. Its content is also included in the docs folder of this repository. If you want to contribute on it just clone the master of this repository and open a pull request.
Papa Parse for Node
Papa Parse can parse a Readable Stream instead of a File when used in Node.js environments (in addition to plain strings). In this mode,
encoding must, if specified, be a Node-supported character encoding. The
worker config options are unavailable.
Papa Parse can also parse in a node streaming style which makes
.pipe available. Simply pipe the Readable Stream to the stream returned from
Papa.parse(Papa.NODE_STREAM_INPUT, options). The
complete config options are unavailable. To register a callback with the stream to process data, use the
data event like so:
stream.on('data', callback) and to signal the end of stream, use the 'end' event like so:
Papa Parse is under test. Download this repository, run
npm install, then
npm test to run the tests.
To discuss a new feature or ask a question, open an issue. To fix a bug, submit a pull request to be credited with the contributors! Remember, a pull request, with test, is best. You may also discuss on Twitter with #PapaParse or directly to me, @mholt6.
If you contribute a patch, ensure the tests suite is running correctly. We run continuous integration on each pull request and will not accept a patch that breaks the tests.