JSONPath Evaluator


Here's what we do:
Welcome to our all-in-one online platform designed to simplify the way you work with JSON data. https://pathtojson.com offers a comprehensive solution for both evaluating and formatting JSON paths and data. Whether you're a developer, data analyst, or anyone dealing with JSON, our user-friendly tools make the process efficient and accessible. With our JSONPath evaluation and data formatting features, you can effortlessly navigate, query, and structure your JSON documents. We understand the importance of well-organized data, and our platform empowers you to unlock the true potential of your JSON files. Say goodbye to tedious manual formatting and hello to a more productive and streamlined workflow. Explore our website today and experience the convenience of JSON data management at its best.

How to use:
Put in your JSON content on the left side of the of the https://pathtojson.com/json-evaluator/ page. Start evaluating the JSONPath on the right side beside the '$' symbol to navigate through the JSON document.

JSONPath Expressions:
JSONPath	        Description
$	                the root object/element
@	                the current object/element
. or []	                child operator
..	                recursive descent. JSONPath borrows this syntax from E4X.
*	                wildcard. All objects/elements regardless their names.
[]	                subscript operator. XPath uses it to iterate over element collections and for predicates. In Javascript and JSON it is the native array operator.
[,]	                Union operator in XPath results in a combination of node sets. JSONPath allows alternate names or array indices as a set.
[start:end:step]	array slice operator borrowed from ES4.
?()	                applies a filter (script) expression.
()	                script expression, using the underlying script engine.

JSONPath Support Documentation Link:
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