JSON to XML
What are JSON and XML?
These are written in pairs of keys/values, where the keys must be a string, the weights must be valid JSON data types, and they are enclosed in curly braces, sometimes known as blossom brackets. These keys and values are divided by columns, and a comma separates each pair of keys and values. The dot or bracket syntax makes retrieving objects simple; you can also use a for-in loop to iterate over their properties.
As you are aware, the values are kept in JSON objects; however, they can also be other JSON objects that can be retrieved similarly. The JSON values can also be modified using the dot notation when required.
How to Use an Online JSON to XML Converter?
Except for writing the code yourself for testing and learning purposes, using our online JSON to XML conversion tool doesn't take much work; instead, you need to follow the steps below to convert your code quickly:
- You will see a title that reads "Enter or Paste Your JSON" as soon as you land on the JSON file converter page.
- If you don't want to type any code or copy/paste it into the box, you have two alternatives for uploading files that are provided below the box. One option is to upload the file if it is on your storage device, and if it is on an online server, you can offer a link to the file.
- You only need to click the "Process" button, which is found below the convert JSON file to XML tool, after uploading or entering the code, as shown in the image below.
- The outcomes will appear below the tool and be available for copying or downloading; to do so, click the "Download" or "Copy to clipboard" buttons.