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xtal-json-editor

Vanilla-ish web component wrapper around the JSONEditor library

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<xtal-json-editor>

Vanilla web component wrapper around josdejong's awesome, most excellent JSON Editor api, which can be found at https://github.com/josdejong/jsoneditor

Although the web component does not depend on Polymer, it can work with its binding. The output of the editor can either be text, or JSON, as specified by the as attribute:

    <div>Input:</div>
    <xtal-json-editor id="firstEditor" options="{}" as="json"></xtal-json-editor>
    <p-d on="edited-result-changed" to="xtal-json-editor{input}"></p-d>
    <div>Output:</div>
    <xtal-json-editor options="{}"></xtal-json-editor>

The markup above is using the pass down element (p-d) to bind the two instances together, but you can also use Polymer or custom event handling.

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Dependencies

Polymer/polymer#^2.0.0

  • bahrus/json-merge#^0.1.0
Released
2017-11-25
Maturity
IMPORTED
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Framework
Polymer 2.0+
Polymer 3.0+ in 0.0.21
Browser
Browser Independent

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