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Introduction

  • JSON Path Finders are tools designed to help users navigate and extract data from JSON structures using JSONPath expressions.

  • These tools typically allow users to input JSON data, select elements, and view the corresponding JSONPath.

  • Popular online JSON Path Finders include JSONPath Finder by Site24x7, JSONPath Online Evaluator, and findjsonpath.com.

  • Some tools also offer additional features like JSON formatting, editing, and validation.

  • Browser extensions, such as the JSON Pathfinder for Chrome, are available but may have mixed reviews regarding functionality.

Popular Tools [1]

  • JSONPath Finder by Site24x7: Helps find all available JSONPaths in a JSON document and view them in an object tree.

  • JSONPath Online Evaluator: An online playground for JSONPath.

  • findjsonpath.com: Allows users to input JSON data and select values to find their paths.

  • JSON Viewer - Pathfinder: Helps to edit, view, and analyze JSON data.

  • JSON Path Finder by joebeachjoebeach: A web app designed to simplify accessing JSON data with dot/bracket notation.

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How to Use [2]

  • Step 1: Paste your JSON data into the editor.

  • Step 2: Select an item you want to find in your JSON data.

  • Step 3: Copy the path of the JSON Object to the clipboard.

  • Some tools allow you to load example JSON data to begin.

  • Use the dot-notation or bracket-notation to form JSONPath expressions.

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Features [2]

  • Display JSON data in a collapsible/expandable tree structure.

  • Output the dot-notation of the currently selected piece of data.

  • Edit, minify, and prettify JSON.

  • Validate and extract matching pieces of JSON data against input expressions.

  • Some tools offer JSON formatting and syntax highlighting.

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Examples [1]

  • $: Select the root element.

  • $.address.city: Select the value of 'city' element which is the direct child of 'address' element.

  • $..type: Select the value of all the 'type' elements in the input JSON.

  • $.address.length(): Select the length of the 'address' element.

  • $..*: Select all the elements and their values.

  • $.phoneNumbers[1]: Select the 2nd value from 'phoneNumbers' array.

  • $.phoneNumbers[?(@.number)]: Select the 'phoneNumbers' element if it has a 'number' element within it.

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Browser Extensions [3]

  • JSON Pathfinder for Chrome: Formats websites containing JSON and allows searching using JSONPath.

  • Mixed reviews: Some users report the extension as not working.

  • Version: 0.0.1, updated on October 31, 2016.

  • Size: 561KiB.

  • No information provided about data collection or usage.

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