- 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 on Github Pages. If you want to contribute just clone the gh-branch 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 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.