Open JSON File Format – Programs and How to

.JSON is a text format for JavaScript object notation file for data interchange. See it’s definition and 2 other types and linked programs information.

 

how to open json Files

JavaScript object notation files

The File extension json is used by the following type(s):

type 1 definition and description:
The Default for .json type:
JavaScript object notation files
The JSON file suffix represents JavaScript Object Notation files. JSON is data interchange format used for representing simple data structures and objects. A .JSON file is saved in a lightweight, text-based, human-readable format. The JSON files are often used in Ajax Web application programming. They may also be used by other applications as an alternative to .XML files.

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Programs
that can view and open json files:
  • Adobe Dreamweaver (Microsoft Windows)
  • Adobe Dreamweaver for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • Chromium (Microsoft Windows)
  • Chromium for Linux (Linux)
  • Chromium for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • Firefox (Microsoft Windows)
  • Firefox for Linux (Linux)
  • Firefox for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • gedit (Linux)
  • Google Chrome (Microsoft Windows)
  • Google Chrome for Linux (Linux)
  • Google Chrome for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (Microsoft Windows)
  • Microsoft Windows NotePad (Microsoft Windows)
  • NotePad++ text editor (Microsoft Windows)
  • Opera browser (Microsoft Windows)
  • Opera browser for Linux (Linux)
  • Opera browser for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • Safari (Apple OS X)
  • Safari for Microsoft Windows (Microsoft Windows)
  • SeaMonkey (multiplatform software)
  • TextEdit (Apple OS X)

 

Mozilla Firefox bookmark backup files

type 2 definition and description:
The Default file extension for .json type:
Mozilla Firefox bookmark backup files
The JSON format is used by Firefox and Seamonkey web browsers. JSON files store saved bookmarks in a simple text format and they are viewable in any text editor and web browser.

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Programs
that can view and open json files:
  • Firefox (Microsoft Windows)
  • Firefox for Linux (Linux)
  • Firefox for Mac (Apple OS X)
  • SeaMonkey (multiplatform software)