Atom package for automatically formatting JSON documents.
Keyboard Command Shortcuts
This package does not by default provide any keyboard command shortcuts. There's no way to know what
keyboard shortcuts are even available on your machine. For example, on my machine I could map the
prettify command to
shift-cmd-j. However if you have the popular
installed on your machine, then there would be a conflict because that package also wants to use
that same keyboard shortcut. However, all is not lost!
Atom itself already provides you with everything you need to
create your own custom keymaps. For example, the following
keymap.cson would add a
shortcut for the Prettify command:
'atom-text-editor': 'shift-cmd-j': 'pretty-json:prettify'
List of Commands Provided by Pretty JSON
Map any of the following commands to your own keyboard shortcuts as described above.
Select the text to format and then execute the Pretty JSON
prettify command. For JSON files,
format the entire file automatically without need to first select the text. Minify and sorting
commands are available too.
This plugin will post a notification to Atom if there is a parse error in the JSON. Disable warnings in this plugin's settings panel if you do not desire this feature.
To proactively avoid JSON errors, consider using a linter for JSON, such as the delightful linter-jsonlint.
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