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JSON at Work by Tom Marrs

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Appendix A. Installation Guides

This appendix provides an installation guide and setup instructions to support the code examples in this book.

Install JSON Tools in the Browser

This section shows how to install JSON-based tools in the browser.

Install JSONView in Chrome and Firefox

JSONView pretty-prints JSON in Chrome or Firefox. Follow the installation instructions on the JSONView site for your browser.

JSONLint

Use JSONLint to validate JSON documents online. JSONLint doesn’t require an installation.

JSON Editor Online

Use JSON Editor Online to model JSON documents. Since this is a web app, there’s nothing to install.

Install Postman

Postman provides the ability to fully test a RESTful API. It can send HTTP GET, POST, PUT, and DELETE requests and set HTTP headers. You can install Postman as a Chrome extension or as a standalone GUI application on macOS, Linux, or Windows. Visit the Postman site for installation instructions.

Install Node.js

This book uses Node.js version v6.10.2, which is the current latest stable version as of this writing.

Install Node.js on macOS and Linux with NVM

Although you could use the installation package from the Node.js site, it’s difficult to change versions. Instead, let’s use Node Version Manager (NVM). NVM makes it easy to install/uninstall Node.js, and upgrade to newer versions.

Install and configure NVM

First, install NVM by using one of the following methods:

Next, let’s make sure that NVM runs ...

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