Svelte Json Tree

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Svelte Json Tree

JSON tree component for Svelte

Overview

The svelte-json-tree is a Svelte JSON Viewer Component that is commonly used in the Svelte REPL. It allows users to view JSON data in a structured and easy-to-read format. This component supports various data types including Map, Set, Iterable, and Symbol.

Features

  • Svelte JSON Viewer: Allows users to view JSON data in a structured format.
  • Supports Multiple Data Types: Supports data types such as Map, Set, Iterable, and Symbol.
  • Easy Integration with Svelte REPL: Can be easily integrated and used in the Svelte REPL.

Installation

To install the svelte-json-tree component, you can use npm or yarn. Here's how you can install it using either package manager:

npm install svelte-json-tree

or

yarn add svelte-json-tree

Summary

The svelte-json-tree is a Svelte component that provides a JSON viewer functionality for users. It supports various data types and can be easily integrated with the Svelte REPL. The installation process is simple and can be done using npm or yarn. Overall, the svelte-json-tree is a useful tool for viewing and analyzing JSON data in a structured format.

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