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Description

Developer's Swiss Army Knife for Text.

TextLab allows you to format, clean, validate or transform JSON, XML, HTML, YAML, SQL, Markdown, CSV and many other text transformations.

TextLab suggests what operations can be performed based on your input. For example, if you copy and paste JSON text into the application, it suggests to validate, format or transform that JSON.

Supported operations:

HTML, XML
- Format
- Validate & Clean up
- XML to JSON
- XML to YAML
- Strip HTML to keep only text and links
- Save as HTML, XML
- Save as escaped HTML, XML

CSS
- Format
- Minimze
- Export as Single web page

YAML
- Validate
- Convert to JSON
- Convert to XML

Properties file
- Convert to YAML

JSON
- Validate & Format
- Clean JSON
- JSON to XML
- JSON to JavaScript
- JSON to YAML
- JSON to CSV
- Save as JSON
- Export as Single web page

Markdown
- Preview
- Export as HTML

URL
- Encode
- Decode
- Extract URL parameters into table

CSV
- Preview
- Save as CSV
- Export to Excel
- Export with other delimiters
- Convert CSV to JSON
- Convert CSV to XML
- Copy table as Markdown

SQL
- Format
- Export as Single web page

JWT
- Encode

Cron
- Shows 5 next fire times

Text
- Upper case
- Lower case
- Capitalize
- Underscorify
- Camel case
- Constantify
- Time to milliseconds
- Remove additional white spaces
- Base 64 encode and decode
- Keep Numbers Only
- Unique values
- Cryptographic hash functions: MD2, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512

Number
- Milliseconds to date
- Milliseconds to time
- Integer to Binary
- Integer to Hex
- Integer to Octal
- Base 64 encode and decode
- Cryptographic hash functions: MD2, MD5, SHA1, SHA256, SHA384 and SHA512

What's New

Version 1.4.4

Fixes:
- fixed export to CSV or Excel file, immediately after JSON is converted into CSV

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
6 Ratings
6 Ratings
DanH88

Nice little app, but changes file type defaults

It’s a nice little developer’s app. But I was reminded I had it when I went to go check the default app on an XML file. TextLab had hyjacked the XML File type and likely many more file extension associations too. JSON has been hijacked too, and I can bet I can keep listing them. As a developer, I have my ways. Having some App come by and have the odasity to go change the file associations is low class. If I want TextLab to be a default I CAN CHANGE IT MYSELF EXTRODINARILY EASILY. This revelation has really changed my mind on the quality of this App. If it wern’t outright garbage, why would they dare change all the defaults? THe last App I had that did this was classified Malware and widely deleted.

If TextLab is the only program you ever intend on using, maybe this hyjacking of all the File Types is okay, for real developers that use real tools and have real experience, this App is really an insult.
I’d rather not delete TextLab as the first option so we’ll see if the associations get left alone in the next update, or if I need to delete this App for being lousy pushy Malware.

El Twister

Great program, excellent support

Program did mostly what we needed except for a subtlety in the conversion. We contacted the dev and he was very willing to help identify and correct the issue. Highly recommended.

Sno123xxx

TextLab replaced all online and offline apps

TextLab replaced all my online and offline apps for formatting, cleaning and tranformations.

Information

Seller
Ondrej Kvasnovsky
Size
73.7 MB
Category
Developer Tools
Compatibility
OS X 10.7.4 or later, 64-bit processor
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2015-2018 Ondrej Kvasnovsky
Price
$8.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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