Rapid JSON Viewer to open large data files in a blink.

A new approach to process JSON data files.

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Dadroit JSON Viewer UI

Dadroit is a brilliant tool that treats JSON as a data format, not plain text. It provides you with a quick outline view with the help of tree representation of JSON data from root to last nodes. You can browse and query JSON like an enterprise DBMS.

Whole new class of performance.

We followed a different approach from traditional solutions to handle big JSON data and gained amazing outcomes. With quick response time and optimized system usage, you have the power to achieve insights from your massive JSON data with outstanding performance. The result speaks for itself.

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None of the other tools was practical for 10MB JSON file.4

17x

faster load1
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2x

better RAM management2
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7x

faster search3
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Cutting-edge technology.

With an advanced parser, you can work on millions of entries with incredible performance. Dadroit builds natively from scratch with custom technologies to treat JSON data differently than other available solutions to maximize efficiency. We get rid of progress bars so that you can focus on more important things.

2GB per second file read

130M Objects per second parsing

1:1 system usage.

Dadroit is natively coded and heavily optimized to be capable of viewing huge JSON files — by huge, we mean gigabytes of data, and ram usage stays as much as your file size is. More than this, you can increase your productivity by opening multiple instances of Dadroit and viewing multiple files simultaneously.

1GB file:1GB memory

Find as you type.

No spinners or progress bars. Type what you are looking for and get the result in real-time. Search in big JSON data with text or RegEx and find the highlighted results with instant go-to.

100,000 Search results per second

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Parse a log file with one million-plus entries in it.

Troubleshoot issues in gigabytes of JSON log data with Dadroit JSON viewer. You can browse and query JSON log files like databases and extract value from your data. Monitor your service status with the auto-refresh ability and make a quick response to what is happening.

Supports log format like JSON-Lines and ndjson


Dadroit UI, Multiple File Feature

Multiple files, as a whole thing.

Union separated files as single data so you can search in all files at once.


Humanly readable.

With a collapsible tree view, you can quickly get a general understanding of the file structure. Navigate through millions of entries with a powerful JSON tree viewer and understand the schema of your data.

Dadroit JSON tree

Talking about Gigabytes.

Don't let file size limit you. With Dadroit JSON Viewer, you don't need to split your large JSON file into smaller sizes. Now you can read the entire data in one approach and view it as a single file without changing your workflow.

Read the entire data in one approach

Always on the latest file.

Dadroit monitor file for any changes and auto-refresh your view so you can always work on the latest data. You can also configure this option to your choice.

Auto-refresh utility

Convert or export.

With Dadroit, you can export selected node or whole data and convert them to your desired format like CSV or XML as a formatted or minified file.

Export utility

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This test reflects the approximate file load performance difference between Notepad++, Sublime, VSCode, and Dadroit JSON Viewer. This test was conducted using a machine with Intel® Core™ i9-9900K Processor, 32GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD on a 64-bit Operating System. The test file was generated using JSON Generator by Dadroit.
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This test reflects the approximate memory management difference between Notepad++, Sublime, VSCode, and Dadroit JSON Viewer. This test was conducted using a machine with Intel® Core™ i9-9900K Processor, 32GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD on a 64-bit Operating System. The test file was generated using JSON Generator by Dadroit.
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This test reflects the approximate search performance difference between Notepad++, Sublime, VSCode, and Dadroit JSON Viewer. This test was conducted using a machine with Intel® Core™ i9-9900K Processor, 32GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD on a 64-bit Operating System. The test file was generated using JSON Generator by Dadroit.
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In the test context, practicality means the ability to open a file and work with it in a reasonable time and machine. All testing was done trying to be honest and reproducing real-life use cases.
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