JSON to XML Summary
Convert JSON data strings to XML format with the free online converter. View both the JSON source code and the resulting XML in a convenient two-pane view.
- JSON and XML syntax highlighting
- Support for Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Apple Safari, and Microsoft Edge browsers
- Format and beautify the JSON and XML strings.
- Built-in JSON and XML validators
- Upload JSON file from the disk
What is JSON?
What is XML?
The XML (eXtensible Markup Language) is an extensible markup language. Designed to be a language with a simple formal syntax that facilitates the creation and manipulation of documents by both computer programs by humans. XML is used for communication on the Internet where a higher level of reliability and security is required. The extensible nature of XML means that you can create markup tailored to the needs of your application and limited only by the language's syntax rules. XML documents can contain comments, declarations, elements, and XML processing instructions. All of these elements in a document are structured using XML markup. XML files have the extension *.xml.
How can to convert JSON to XML?
To convert JSON code, follow the below easy steps:
- Copy and paste JSON code in the left input box
- Click the "Convert JSON to XML" button
As a result, you will see the result of JSON to XML conversion in the right pane. You can also convert XML code back to JSON data string using our XML to JSON converter.
JSON to XML converter main features
- Convert JSON data to XML format with just one click
- Upload JSON files data from the local disk
- Share JSON source code and resulting XML online
- Fully online, works well on Windows, MAC, and Linux, in Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari browsers
- Fast and secure. All conversions are done in the browser without sending data to the server
- Beautify result XML
JSON to XML converting rules
When performing JSON to XML conversion, the following rules will apply:
- JSON arrays are converted to specific XML elements
- JSON object names are converted to XML tags.
- Nullable JSON objects converted to empty XML tags
What are the differences between JSON and XML?
JSON and XML are used to organize complex data in an understandable and readable way by various APIs and mobile and desktop applications. JSON and XML are popular and useful data representation formats used to store and transmit data on the web. JSON is the easiest and fastest way to structure and share data, while XML provides more reliability and security. For more information on the difference between JSON and XML, see the JSON vs XML.
Benefits of using JSON
- JSON is parsed faster than XML
- JSON is more concise than XML
- JSON is easier for humans to read
Benefits of using XML
- You can define your own XML tags
- XML may contain metadata
- XML may have a schema
- XML supports comments