{...} JSON Checker

This tool helps you check if the JSON data is valid or not. Its simple, fast and free.

Paste your JSON data below.

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What is JSON?

JSON stands for JavaScript Object Notation, is a lightweight data-interchange format for structuring (representing) data. It is often used by web applications to communicate with each other. It is easy for humans to read and write. The data is in name and value pairs, separated by commas.

It holds objects inside curly braces { }.

For example,

Why use JSON?

JSON is derived from JavaScript, a programing language widely used by web developers around the world. Yet, JSON is language independent. Therefore, it doesn't matter what programming language your system uses, it can use data easily in JSON format.

JSON Examples

Here's a list of JSON files that you can use for testing. In-addition, you can use the code in your projects.

• {...} Birds JSON example - Has a list of different birds with name, an unique ID and the type of bird it is. I often use the dataset to explain code snippets in my blog.

• {...} Stock Price JSON example - List of companies with stock price.

• {...} Chart JSON example - Dataset to create chart or graph.

Learn more about JSON

Here's a list of articles with examples showing how to use JSON in applications, there real-time uses.

* How to display Images on a web page, retrieved from a JSON file?
* How to convert raw JSON into a meaningful chart (graph)?
* Convert a JSON string into JSON object using JavaScript
* How to convert JSON into an HTML table dynamically using JavaScript
* How to read and extract JSON from a remote file using async and await methods in JavaScript?