- Not really a wysiwyg, but I have a different textual representation of JSON called RSON. It s extremely easy to work with in a text editor. The manual isMessage 1 of 2 , Jan 6, 2011View SourceNot really a wysiwyg, but I have a different textual representation of JSON
called RSON. It's extremely easy to work with in a text editor.
The manual is here:
An example file using this is here:
It is extremely easy to parse this and then output JSON -- basically a 2
line python program once the libraries are installed.
There is also a RSON superset -> XML example here:
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 3:22 PM, Tony <anthonyrpelosi@...> wrote:
> Does anyone know of a good WYSIWYG tool for creating a hierarchy of
> objects/elements and fields/attributes that exports to both XML and JSON? I
> downloaded XMLSpy (PC only) but my VMWare is on the fritz right now so I
> haven't tested that out yet.
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