Always nice to know that this isn’t ruled by bots, and get a nice help once in a while, thanks vipatron
You’re welcome. I really hope you don’t mean @ArielLeslie . Nobody, not even Google, is that good at the Turing test (yet).
ye ye i know, it’s quite helpfull, just a bit annoying when you are desperate for an answer and gives you something completely unrelated arghhh
Fair enough. I’m redoing the React challenges. When I get bored later today, I’m planning on adding new functionality that lets you:
- upload the .json file from your computer
- Save the first file in the .json under the name provided (although maybe a checkbox to allow the option of *.json => *.[js|html|css]
That sounds awesome,
Atm i’m just saving it to a copy of gitbook which saves it to a md that i can use to search for answers…
So having this problem just ended up me having a better documentation structure although having something to easily parse it makes my life way easier if i ever need to do it. thanks
Also regarding Ariel, thank god she can’t pass the turing test otherwise we would have to start taking cover in zion or something…
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@Elthask For formatting JSON you might also try a text editor extension that can prettify the code. Here’s a link to an extension I have installed on Atom:
Thank you so much.
I was struggling with this and this solves the issue perfectly!
So over on the slack learning buddies group, the question came up as well. I wrote a little codepen that will allow you to upload your downloaded file, and parse out the index bit, displaying it in a readable format.
Hope it helps.