posted in Code on 2014-03-31 18:13:04 UTC by Dave Martorana
We use Sublime Text (2⁄3) pretty heavily at Flyclops.
We (and especially I) deal with a lot of JSON files. In my case, the majority of our backend is defined by AWS CloudFormation template files - and man, can they be long. So I wanted a way to browse them quickly.
So, I wrote this wonky, almost-working plugin for
Sublime Text 3
(which is a “beta” but substantially better than 2) called
It works by hitting a key combination (
cmd-ctrl-j in OS X, or
ctrl-alt-j in Windows/Linux)
and brings up a tree-view of your JSON document that is browsable and searchable. Screenshot:
JsonTree has been accepted into the Sublime Package Repository. Grab the Package Control plugin and install JsonTree from there.
This is the second open-source code bit from Flyclops.