AJAX and SOA developers use JSON daily and its very challenging to analyze complex JSONs. It always helps to have JSON in a hierarchical format as we often write JSON right from scratch or sometimes we want to analyze the JSON that comes out of a server response.The motivation for the JSON2XMLTreeViewer is to make developers of AJAX and SOA to visualize the JSON as XML and at the same time as TreeView.
For many Desktop and JEE projects its necessary to write and test the XPath expressions. With the integrated features of Eclipse as IDE, the XPathUtility plugin will enable developers to be able to write the XPath with the auto-complete feature and test the XPath for the results.
This short talk would give a brief description of these two plugins and a demo of how the plugins can be used. These plugins can be easily plugged into any of the AJAX and SOA IDEs so that developers can take advantage of the Eclipse as IDE.
Suresh Krishna has been a programmer since 2000 and has been working on the domain modeling, IDEs, and productivity tools. Inspired by the IDE evolution and developer productivity, he works primarily on the Eclipse plug-ins and RCP applications. Extreme Programming and Scrum are his favorites, along with evangelizing Eclipse to the user, developer, and corporate communities. He enjoys his free time writing blogs and product evaluations.
This session is part of the curated collection of short talks titled
"Tools Topics to Make You Think"