React-based JSON inspector that features tree expansion and fast search.
npm install react-json-inspector
var Inspector = ;var data = /* ... */ ;React;
Make sure to include
json-inspector.css in your stylesheet. Feel free to
override or amend default styles, for instance, when using a dark background.
cd /path/to/projectnpm installnpm run watch
Then, visit http://localhost/path/to/project/example
The only required propery, JSON object or array to inspect.
The class name to be added to the root component element.
Search bar component that accepts
Defaults to built-in search bar. Pass
false to disable search.
Optional initial search query, defaults to an empty string.
Pass component factory that would receive the following properties:
value, either stringified property value or key value that is being interacted with,
originalValue, either the original property value or key value,
isKey, boolean flag to differentiate between interacting with keys or properties,
keypath, keypath of the node being interacted with, will be the same for keys and properties
Can be used to create custom input fields for JSON property names and primitive values, see #3 for more information.
Callback to be run whenever any key-value pair is clicked. Receives an object
Function to check whether the entered search term is sufficient to query data.
(query) => query.length >= 2.
Optional predicate that can determine whether the leaf node should be expanded
on initial render. Receives two arguments:
value. Defaults to
(keypath, query) => false.
Optional parameters for filterer (search). Must be an object.
ignoreCase, Set to
trueto enable case insensitivity in search. Defaults to